Learn how to
teach your toddler/preschooler the skills essential to succeed in life
The evidence-based information & parent-led developmental activities in this Free ebook (by Jigsaw Co-founder Dr. Kelley Yost Abrams) is the perfect toolkit to improve your child’s quality of life.
This eBook will teach you:
How to give your child (aged 18 months - 6 years) the right start through parent-child interactions and timely support.
How to help develop your child’s social-emotional, fine/gross motor, cognitive, and communication skills through play, fun, & laughter with them.
11 easy to set up & super fun developmental activities you can do with your child to help boost their crucial skills.
How to keep track of your child’s developmental milestones through the helpful checklists in the Book.
How to identify signs of any developmental delays (red flags) in your child, and then take the recommended action to help them overcome them.
The benefits of an early professional evaluation of your child’s skills and abilities in shaping their future.
The importance of early intervention support & services in putting a stop to your child’s chances of developing lifelong disability
As your child’s first and most important teacher, you can apply the strategies in the Jigsaw eBook and boost your child’s development to make them the best new candidate kindergarten has ever seen.
4 Reasons For YOU to Read This eBook Now Rather Than Later:
90% of a child’s brain development happens before they turn 5.
That’s before they even enter kindergarten!
Early brain development has a lasting impact on a child’s ability to learn and succeed in school and life.
The quality of a child’s experiences in the first few years of life - good or bad - helps shape the development of their brain.
The eBook is FREE and it has lots of fun, evidence-based activities you can do at home with your kid!
Thank you! The eBook has been sent to your email.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
This eBook is the perfect guidebook for parents who:
Have a child aged 18 months - 6 years old showing the slight signs of developmental delays.
May not suspect a developmental delay in their child (18 months - 6 years), but still wish to help their little one accomplish their developmental milestones (age-specific essential skills).
What parents are saying about Jigsaw Diagnostics: