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The Toddler Journal
Learn fascinating information about your toddler’s social, physical, and cognitive development as you record your thoughts on these exciting years of your child’s development.
A. Christine Harris, Ph.D. is a professor of Psychology at Cosumnes River College, chair of the college's Behavioral Sciences Department, coordinator of the Women's Studies Program, and author of the book Child Development.
Product Dimensions: 7" x 10.25", Wire-o-binding
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I love this journal because it offers very informative reading on typical cognitive, motor, social, and emotional development every week from ages 1-3, and also leaves a blank space to reflect on your toddler's development in a brief story or comment every week. There are spaces to let your toddler scribble, to trace his foot and hands--I even put in the trimmings from his haircuts and list his vocabulary at different ages. A great extension to the typical baby book, but more reflective... I will be SO glad I did the journal when my son's a big boy!
This journal has been a fabulous way for me to learn more about my son's development while also recording reflections of his activities/ personality that I want to always remember. I am a working mom with limited time...like all moms...this journal is organized in a way that makes it quick and easy to record information while also staying up-to-date with his development.
After filling in the first year calendar, I was disappointed that I could not find one that went past 12 months of age. I found this book on this site and I LOVE it. It is wonderful! Not only does it describe typical development (physical and mental), it has places to trace hands and feet, places for them to scribble and places for you to record things you have observed about your child. It also asks specific questions a few times a month (ex. What new words is your child using) that are fun to record and look back over. If you like to record week by week the things that are going on with your child, this book is for you.
I love this journal for several reasons. For one thing, it teaches you typical things your child is learning/doing/developing. Plus, it lets you write and record important (and trivial) milestones and memories. The spiral binding lets you lay it flat or fold it over for easier writing. I try to write in mine before bed once a week. I love the quotes and the parts that allow your toddler to help illustrate parts. My daughter loves to add artwork in the book. I like the variety of prompts given and open space to do your own thing. It was tough to find something after the first-year calendar to track all the things that happen after month 12. This lasts utnil they're 3! I like it so much, I'll be ordering the Pregnancy one next...I just found out I'm 6 weeks along!