Dear Friends

Topics: Childhood, Infant, Child development Pages: 4 (614 words) Published: July 27, 2014
Dear Friend
ECE 205 Introduction to Child Development
June 9, 2014

Dear Friend,
I am writing you to help you find the best daycare for your son. I hope you find this letter helpful to you. When looking for a day care you should make sure it’s loving and responsive. One who hugs, rocks, cuddles, seeks eye contact and enjoys the child...who responds to the baby's smiles and emerging skills and interests...who finds ways to expand upon children's play to help them learn new skills...who is sociable and interested in children. One who talks with the baby about what they do and see? A playful partner who introduces new ideas, objects and games. One who supports children in building relationships with other children and adults. (

You also want to make sure that they respect your child’s individuality. One who understands and nurtures babies' development...who recognizes the baby's personal rhythms, style, strengths and limitations...and tunes into these when planning the pace and time for eating, sleeping and who is comfortable accommodating to children's special needs or conditions. (

Plus you want one that provides a stimulating and child-friendly environment for your child. An area that is clean and safe so babies can explore their surroundings...filled with interesting and stimulating things to explore...set up to promote learning through free play...changed regularly to accommodate the needs of growing infants and toddlers...organized to have distinct eating and diapering areas and set up to be comfortable and practical for adults, allowing them to focus on the children. (

Your child should be walking with a more erect; heel to toe pattern able to maneuver around obstacles in the pathway. Your 2 year old should be achieving toilet training. He should be exhibit eye and hand movements that are better coordinated. He also should be able to putting...

References: Marotz, L. R., & Allen, K. E. (2013). Early Childhood: Three-Four, and Five-Year-Olds. In Developmental Profiles Pre-Birth through Adolescence (7th ed.). Belmont, CA:
Creating a Child Care Environment for Success
Choosing Quality Child Care
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