Babies, from his birth to approx two years of age, learn about the world by their senses and his motor skills. Kids in this stage learn from sensory cues. Let your little one see your smile when he does something you want him to do; let him hear your calm voice when he is scared or not feeling good. In this way, your child learns about their environments.
When your child just begins to talk then he entered the stage where your child is oriented only to the present, he hasn’t learned how to think about his past or future. At this point, your child is still egocentric, seeing only his viewpoint.
The child in the first grade, enter the phase of life, where he begins learning how to think more abstractly. In this stage, he also progresses to the point where he started thinking logically about things he sees.
Stage 4: INFANCY
It is the first year of your child’s life after birth. At this stage, your child is called a newborn baby. This stage has a distinctive appearance, arms and legs are relatively short as the head is very large. Infants are born with certain abilities already developed like they have a well-developed sense of smell; they try to communicate their needs by crying when they are hungry, uncomfortable, lonely, or bored.
· When your little one is of 6 weeks, he typically starts smelling, and starts making vocal sounds, like “ahh”, ”dada”, ”gaga”.
· By 6 months, your child spends a lot of time babbling, he has also learned to sit and starting to crawl.
· By 12 months, your little champ starts saying his first word, he can stand with any help and support and also may have started to walk.
Child development is the process through which human begins typically grow and mature from infancy through adulthood. We believe that investing in our children’s development from the earliest age is the single most important contribution we can make…