211 Index A AAP. See American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Accomplishments. See Milestones Active listening, 51 Activities balance and stability, 133–137, 186–187 bilateral skills, 110–112 brain-boosting, 8 colors, recognizing, 188–189 core strength, 22, 23–24 dressing skills, 181–184 dust mop, 173 fine motor skills, 38–41 following 2- or 3-step direc- tions, 165–166 hand skills, 156–157 joint attention skills, 118–119 jumping and gross motor skills, 159–161 learning about the body, 138–139 making a collage, 78 object permanence skills, 114–115 pincer grasp, 108–109 prepositions, 191–192 pretending, 169–173 problem-solving skills, 144–145 promoting movement/devel- oping coordination, 29–30 self-awareness, 141–142 self-control, 64–65 shapes, 162–164 standing on one foot, 186–187 verbal and listening skills, 120–123 visual discrimination skills, 162–164 visual-motor skills, 35, 131–132 Activities of daily living (ADLs), 34–38 Activity level, 28–29 ADHD. See Attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Adjusting parenting styles, 51 ADLs. See Activities of daily liv- ing (ADLs) American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) children’s media use, 88–89, 90 choking hazards, 154 disciplining the child, 49, 120 family media use plan, 98 sleep, 129 spanking, 49 Asking questions, 11, 79 Asymmetrical bilateral integra- tion, 110 A-Tisket, A-Tasket, 63 Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), 74 Authoritarian parenting, 49 Authoritative parenting, 50 Autism, 117 B Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, 10 Babyproofing the house, 26–27 Backpack Bliss, 114 Balance and stability, 133–137, 186–187 Balanced parenting style, 50 Balls, 24 Bedtime success, 129 Be My Honey, 111 Bilateral use of hands, 110–112 RETRO_TODDLER_INDEX.indd 211 2/27/18 9:09 AM
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