Deadly Tots Project
Deadly Tots growing up; Bubs’ development and the flip chart
Bubs emotional, social and intellectual development are all connected. Each one depends on and influences the other. How bub develops depends both on the genes Bub is born with and the experiences Bub has while growing. The first and most important experiences are with
The more we talk and respond to Bub the quicker he or she learns and feels confident about themselves. Even though Bub may not yet understand the words you say they begin to understand their meanings. So, early yarning, reading and singing helps lay down the foundations in
Never undervalue the power of the little things you do. They are the most important.
It also helps both you and Bub if you know what Bub is capable of as he or she grows. The Deadly Tots flip chart will give you general information about what to expect from Bub at different ages. Remember all Bubs develop differently.
If you are worried you should talk to the Aboriginal Health Worker, Child Care Worker or Child and Family Health Nurse. (See contacts page of
Bubs needs and behaviours can change with each new stage of development. For
Help them and always encourage them even if they are struggling.
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