Readiness for self-feeding 1/7

Readiness for self-feeding 1/7 || When children are ready to start practicing independent eating and drinking, they show it with different signals.

This may be a sign that your child is ready to start self-feeding:

👶🏾 Anticipation – the child seems to be waiting for the next mouthful, opens his/her mouth, leans forward, or otherwise shows the adult: ”I want food.”

Press here and read the next sign of readiness for self-feeding! 👋🏼

Resources: Pre-Feeding Skills, Second edition 2000, Suzanne Evans Morris, PH.D, CCC-SLP & Marsha Dunn Klein, M.ED, OTR/L.

|| Readiness for self-feeding 1/7 ||

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