INFANTS (0-12 MONTHS)
- Parents should show unconditional love to their child
- Parents should help with the child's self-confidence and high self-esteem
- Parents should allow their child the opportunity to play with other children
- Encouraging teachers and supportive caretakers
- Parents should have a safe and secure surrounding for their child
- Parents should use appropriate guidance and discipline
- Crying is a baby’s main way of communicating needs. Responding to the baby’s crying and meeting their needs will make the baby feel safe.
- The parent or caregiver are a big influence on the baby
- Parents should help infants learn how to support their head
- The child is completely dependent on caretaker to provide physical needs
- Caretakers should teach their child how to walk
- Parents should help infants control their body movements because they can't move on their own
- Parents should make sure their child still take naps in the morning and afternoon.
- Parents should know that infants will start to eat and sleep at regular times
- Parents should help their kids when they pull up to stand, they stand holding onto furniture, and they can walk when led.
- Parents should know feeding meets a baby’s physical and emotional needs.
- A non-Verbal communication with the child is very important
- Parents need to be sensitive to her/his needs.
- Parents should Soothe the children when they’re depressed.
- Parents should recognize when you're children has had enough.
- Parents should develop strong, positive, secure relationships with children.
- Parents need to maintain a pleasant and positive emotional tone throughout the day.
- As parents y'all need to check the way your infant responds to physical interaction.
- The infant is starting to learn to make sense of language
- parents should give their baby time to adjust to a new environment.
- Parents should be involved in their baby's day-to-day interactions
- tickle game teaches a baby how humor works and how to distinguish between serious human interactions and playful ones
- Parents should let their baby hang out with bigger kids
- parents should allow him /her to play next to another child
- The infant is beginning to show empathy to other children
- Parents should let their child watch other children play, and join them
- Child Begins to separate more easily from parents
- parents should Give lots of affectionate care to the child
- parents should comfort the baby when he/she cries