Item description for Baby Days: Activities, Ideas, and Games for Enjoying Daily Life with a Child Under Three by Barbara Rowley...
Overview Unique, useful tips and suggestions help parents or caregivers entertain children during a crucial period of development without leaving adults worn out in the process. Illustrations.
Publishers Description This unique and useful book helps parents or any caregiver entertain children during a crucial period in their development, and not feel worn out in the process. Geared to the rhythms of family life, these simple activities require a minimum of energy and equipment and can be carried out over the course of an ordinary day or for a special event. Many incorporate ordinary household chores. The activities in Baby Days are conveniently organized by age as well as time of day.
Citations And Professional Reviews Baby Days: Activities, Ideas, and Games for Enjoying Daily Life with a Child Under Three by Barbara Rowley has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 12/15/1999 page 745
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.75" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Jan 19, 2000
ISBN 0786884525 ISBN13 9780786884520
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More About Barbara Rowley
Barbara Rowley currently resides in the state of Montana. Barbara Rowley was born in 1960.
Reviews - What do customers think about Baby Days: Activities, Ideas, and Games for Enjoying Daily Life with a Child Under Three?
great resource Mar 25, 2008
This book is a great resource if you're looking for ideas of what to do with the toddler set. I run my own family daycare, and with a bunch of little ones running around (plus older ones, so I have a mixed group), it's great to have a go-to book of ideas when the kids need something to do.
Baby days? Toddlers days I would say! Feb 6, 2008
I was a bit disappointed by Baby Days. I was looking for ideas and activities for my BABY! I ended up reading more or less 15 of 289 pages since the vast majority of activities are more appropriate for ages 18 months and up. The book is not a loss though. I love the dozen ideas I can do with my under 1 year and a half baby. I will simply need to return to the book as the baby gets older...Parents of older kids will be delighted by the ideas of this book though.
Fun to do! Sep 21, 2007
This book has a lot of good ideas on things to do with your child. I had a number of books that were for older kids and the stuff just wasn't applicable to the age group I was dealing with. When I first read this, a lot of the stuff was still a little past my sons abilities, but as he's gotten older and -MUCH- more mobile, these ideas are perfect.
If you're struggling trying to find things to do with your child(ren) grab a copy and have a blast!
A great resource idea book! Sep 27, 2005
I get a TON of ideas from Baby Days by Barbara Rowley. I'm a home daycare provider and I'm always looking for ideas to do with my daycare kids. I don't know what I would do with out this book. It'a MUST have for home daycare providers and parents of small kids
not worth the money Feb 16, 2004
I bought this book based on the good reviews, but after reading it myself it's not worth the money. The activities she comes up with are too simple- fingerpaint or play ball. I thought of them on my own!! I was hoping for ideas that were not so obvious. She also has alot of ideas that use toothpicks?! not a toddler friendly item!!!