We've all heard of IQ but do you know your child's PQ or Play Quotient? A child's ability to play does more than provide for fund and diversion; it is critical for his or her emotion and intellectual growth, an teaches everything from social skills to analytical thinking. For the developing mind of a child, learning to play is paramount--but is your child getting the most out of playtime? Stevanne Auerbach, Ph.D., more affectionately known as Dr. Toy has dedicated a lifetime to the importance of play and gives you specific advice on which toys to buy and what kind of games to play to emplower your child's overall development. You'll learn: How to become your child's play Tutor How play can strengthen maturity levels and confidence The pros, cons, and facts of gender specific toys Guideance for the gifted and special-needs child Plus practical advice on Evaluatin a toy's safety, learn which toy manufacturers Dr. Toy recommends Craft supplies you should always have on hand Dr Toy's 100 Best Children's Products And many more invaluable ways to make playtime a growing experience!How to Raise a Child with a High Pq Stevanne Auerbach ... Sand and water play: plastic jugs, bottles, cups, old teapots, coffeepots, watering cans, garden hoses, bottles, tubs, jars with lids, ... and building; play dishes and pots and pans for practice tea parties; road signs you can make for outdoor play; magnetic letters onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Smart Play Smart Toys|
|Publisher||:||Stevanne Auerbach - 2006-07-01|