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A child’s first years. 0ne to Three Chapters 10,11,12. Chapter 10- Physical Hygiene. Sleep. By 2 morning naps stop but afternoon naps continue for years. Nighttime sleep increases. 2 and 3 year olds sleep from 10-14 hours a day.

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A child s first years

A child’s first years

0ne to Three

Chapters 10,11,12



Sleep
Sleep

By 2 morning naps stop but afternoon naps continue for years. Nighttime sleep increases.

2 and 3 year olds sleep from 10-14 hours a day.

Night Terrors- a sleep disturbance during the first few hours of sleep. The child’s eyes open and they may scream.

Establish a nightly routine.

(brushing teeth, reading stories, sing)




Chapter 11 social
Chapter 11- Social

Socialization- process of getting along with family and others.

Parallel Play- play near but not with others.

Cooperative Play- playing with others


Chapter 12 intellectual
Chapter 12- Intellectual

Intelligence- ability to interpret and understand situations and make connections to past experiences.

Incidental Learning- unplanned learning

Trail-and-Error learning- experimenting: trying several solutions before finding one that works.


Imitation- watching and coping others.

Directed Learning- result of being taught intentionally by parent or teacher.

Creativity- imagination is used to produce original ideas. Ex: drawing, finger painting, stories.


Questions answser on back of notes
QuestionsAnswser on back of notes

Why are raisins not a good snack for children?

How does enough sleep relate to emotional control?

What are some ways to help toddlers develop good social skills?

What causes negativism in a toddler?

How can a caregiver encourage imagination and creativity in their child?


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