Identifies and follows basic safety skills with help.
Point out signs and talk about safety rules while traveling in your community. Teach your child how to look both ways before crossing the street and about ``stop, look, listen`` long before he's old enough to do it on his own.
Carries out tasks and moves between activities, even when challenging, with minimal distress.
Mr. Rogers said it best: ``For children, play is serious learning.`` Let baby lead the way and let her play, explore, and follow her interests. Help her just enough to be sure she doesn't get overly frustrated, but let her do as much as she can on her own.