Posts Tagged ‘babys first year’
The child needs to experiment with their environment to discover the world and learn. The baby is dying to explore the wonders that surround it. For it is remarkable to see how things work. No wonder that both entertain repeating the actions that begins to understand why it is and thereby improve their skills.
The first year of life is most important to the human brain. With each discovery creates new neuronal circuits in the framework of the baby. Stage is more responsive, and repetitions of the child (hitting, throwing objects, and insisting on a syllable …) are the engine of their learning.
Between six and twelve months, the toddler begins to be aware that it is capable of causing changes around and enjoy investigating the impact of their actions. Read the rest of this entry »