Posts Tagged ‘child development’
The play is the child’s language and toys are the words that express small, when a parent understands the game of your child, understand the child.
The play therapy and filial therapy is to train parents to use basic skills focused on the game, this maner building a closer bond and helping your child deal with difficult situations. Thus, throughout the sessions, the therapist works with the father and the father works after his small home.
If you’re dealing with some problem in the conduct of your child, find out what filial therapy, to have it as an alternative solution. Read the rest of this entry »
The creativity is a tool developed from very small, used at any time of life to solve a problem or to generate new projects. However, there is something that comes from nowhere: creativity develops with time and practice.
Everyone is creative in nature, although some people are more creative than others or develop ideas more interesting than others, why is this? Generally, those who appear to be more creative have never stopped being children. When they were little, and to imagine things, and carried out in most cases with the help of parents.
Therefore it is that this time we suggest some activities to encourage creativity in children that can be done with the children. Read the rest of this entry »
Instilling the importance of friendship to our children translates into benefits for the future. It is a very important value that must be considered in the education of the younger members of the house.
We are social beings and as such we need to relate with other people. The friendship is a value that must be taken into account since we were small. Assumes disinterested affection towards others and share moments with others. It also represents boost learning and interrelationships based on agreements to live in harmony and respect for our friends with whom we have a loving relationship.
The children should know what the concept of being a good friend and what the keys to maintaining a good friendship are. They must know that a friend can be forever and if we want to preserve a friendship, it is essential to do their part. Read the rest of this entry »
The children are constantly evolving and drawings are a useful method to monitor the child’s development. From the age of 12-18 months, the child will be able to make marks on paper. At first, the child can represent anything, but this may change with age. As the child grows, these brands become more representative and realistic.
We have developed three stages in which children develop their drawing skills:
- ● Scribbling – 2 to 4 years.
- ● Pre-schematic – 4 to 7 years.
- ● Scheme – 7 years onwards.
There is no realism in the image, none of the visible; it can not be compared to something in the real world that the child may have wanted to represent. The doodles seem casual and unplanned. However, towards the end of the stage a phenomenon described as “realistic chance” occurs where a child can really interpret your doodle as more than simple lines. Read the rest of this entry »
Swimming is a sport, an experience emotional and so exhilarating for the baby, it is recommended to start doing so as soon as possible. In many cases, parents say that it may be dangerous, but if they are encouraged to do so, they would be giving his son, one of the most pleasant experiences of his life.
Not only help to develop the ability to move a three-dimensional, with freedom and movement that just began to realize and correct, with greater coordination motive. But also strengthen the cardiorespiratory system. As with all exercise and make small movements that will strengthen your heart and lungs. The great work of breathing that is under water increases efficiency and transfer of blood oxygenation.
On the other hand, develops basic survival skills. What is related to this, is the knowing handle in the water, go from one place to another, and the importance of knowing how to float. It is recommended that the baby begins with the sport, before their first birthday. Then depending on their physical development will be taught to swim, around four or five years of age. Read the rest of this entry »
Between the first and second month, the baby is starting to react and respond to the world around you and you may notice that your baby makes eye contact with you with others; you can see how it is looking at the objects and toys that are interesting, but for now will not reach to grab them.
As time progresses, you will be making progress and will have greater mobility; when this happens, it is time to interact with the baby, to stimulate all your senses.
Among the activities that can stimulate the baby include the following:
- The music will encourage your baby to listen and help you relax when you are nervous; up to three months, musical toys, motion and color, will make the baby learn to focus your eyes and follow them with the view. Good time when awake, is begin to face to low, to encourage him to turn and lift your head.
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 »
Perhaps you heard of “tummy time” is important for babies to learn to push and eventually crawl, but what to do when your little one cranky and cries every time you put in their belly.
If your baby is accustomed to sleeping on his back is wonderful, because it reduces the risk of sudden death syndrome in children. But during the hours you are awake, time on his tummy is essential from day one.
Experts have discovered that babies who do not spend much time face down often have some delays in the development of motor skills. All because the experience of being on his tummy taught to push, to roll over, sits up, crawl and even walk. Read the rest of this entry »
We have said on other occasions that in childhood our children begin to develop their skills, motor, emotional as well as the intellectuals, and they operate well in preference to certain parts of your body.
That is why we stress again the importance of working your motor skills, which is a key action on the central nervous system, which will create awareness of their movement patterns and speed through space and time.
Here you have some exercises to practice with him, even if it has been developed as a lefty, as many times this is usually a complication to cope with the surrounding environment. Read the rest of this entry »
Development problems in young children are not very common, but they do happen. Among the reasons that exist for child has these problems are some medical causes such as genetic conditions like Down syndrome or a premature birth, among others. But they can also occur as a result of serious illness or accident.
When you are behind in the use of language and speech doctors typically suggest problems listening or other body parts such as the cavities of the nose and mouth, larynx and throat. While difficulties in making the calls by doctors communication attempts can point to a problem with the central nervous system. Read the rest of this entry »