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Things That Will Help Me Stay Calm – Infants (PDF)

Caregivers can use the strategies in the infographic to provide infants with predictability in their day, and safety in relationships- all to support healthy attachment. Infants rely on the adults in their lives to read their cues, and help them to regulate as they adapt to their world. Responsive and positive interactions between infants and their caregivers help to build a strong attachment relationship. Positive attachment relationships support healthy brain development, and set babies up for success to learn about their emotions and build relationships as they grow into toddlers and preschoolers.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Family Handout, Infographic
Tags: Classroom Implementation, Family Engagement, Infant-Toddler, Practical Strategies, Social-Emotional Skills - Behavior Regulation
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