Shannon Philpott-Sanders

Writing, Reflecting, Teaching, Parenting

What Should I Be Teaching My Kid at 12 Months?

Screen shot 2013-02-27 at 6.45.55 PMPublished February 2013: Mom.Me

What Should I Be Teaching My Kid at 12 Months?
Letters and numbers come later, but one-year-olds still have a lot to learn

Article Excerpt:

As your baby grows and begins to communicate actively with you, it’s natural to question the appropriateness of her development. Should she be forming words, walking, and showing a need for independence at this age?

According to Lenora Gregory, managing director of the Nemours BrightStart early literacy program in Jacksonville, Florida, parents should always actively discuss each developmental stage with their pediatrician. Your pediatrician can point out concerns, encouragement and tips, but parents can also work to enhance a 12-month-old’s development with activities at home. Teaching your child basic skills will only further her physical, educational and emotional growth.

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– Shannon Philpott




February 27, 2013 - Posted by | Feature Stories, Magazine Writing, Sample Work | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Why cant he build a school and instead of paying a crew for ship how about educators????, seems he might be an idiot

    Comment by Lisa | February 27, 2013 | Reply

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