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The word appeared in print as early as 1903 in the United Kingdom and 1904 in the United States, when novelist Desmond Coke used it in his college story of Oxford life, Sandford of Merton : "There's a stunning flapper". [8] In 1907 English actor George Graves explained it to Americans as theatrical slang for acrobatic young female stage performers. [9] The flapper was also known as a dancer, who danced liked a bird-flapping her arms while doing the Charleston dance move. This move became quite a competitive dance during this era. [10]

Developmental skills encouraged: midline play, sitting, reaching, joint attention, pointing, grasping, bilateral coordination, visual perception, visual scanning, tactile processing (touch and feel books), object permanence (lift-the-flap books)

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