During their first 12 months, infants learn, change, and grow quickly. There are distinct differences in developmental milestones between younger and older infants. This growth can be challenging to plan for when you have very young, immobile infants, as well as those who are older and have a bit more independence and mobility. With “Learning Beyond Paper” curriculum, Little Duckling caregivers have the information they need to plan engaging activities for babies. Caregivers understand what to expect from infants of different developmental levels as they expose them to engaging activities and interactions.
Respond to own name
Show interest in environmental choices
Communicate to indicate physical and emotional needs
Communicate to express pleasure or displeasure
Use cues to signal overstimulation
Respond to celebrations and cultural events
Separate self from others
Show affection and bonds with familiar adults
Demonstrates comfort in familiar routines, objects, and materials
Respond to adult guidance about behavior
Discover use of body and objects in the environment
Demonstrate preference for specific objects and people
Interact with the environment to make needs known
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