Getting Frustrated

4-8 Months

FromInfant-Toddler Social Studies,  Carla B. Goble

What to have None

What to do Stay near as the infant begins to learn to sit alone, roll over, and pull up. Watch for signs of frustration and verbally describe the child’s behaviors and feelings.

Why To promote the development of motor skills. To promote the development of persistence. To promote the ability to self-regulate.

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By Carla B. Goble Copyright 2018 4-8 Months

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