The development of writing skills depends on a variety of physiological and environmental factors. Children have to develop fine motor skills as well as hand-eye coordination to be able to write. Also, their awareness of sounds and prints in the environment influences how ready they are to write. In the following article, it provides the stages children progress through of acquiring writing skills.
Sharing is challenging for children, especially toddlers. This happens frequently during the development process. The first step in teaching children to share is realising and accepting this. The following article provides information on the Benefits Of Learning To Share, Social Development In Babies and Toddlers, How To Encourage Sharing and more.
Nursery rhymes provide a lot of learning opportunities to children. Nursery rhymes also play an important role in children's language skills by hearing sounds. It helps them to develop an ear for language Rhythms and rhymes also help to understand words syllables. The following article provides information on the Importance Of Nursery Rhymes, the Key Benefits and Strategies To Implement Nursery Rhymes.
Playing with puzzles has a significant impact on a child's physical skills, developing fine motor skills through the coordination of small muscles. Children who have developed fine motor skills tend to find it easier to write, draw and learn to play instruments. The following article provides information on the benefits of puzzles for children.
Among the most significant indicators of emotional well-being is positive self-esteem. Like with many other cognitive and physical skills, self-esteem too develops as the result of interactions with environment and people. The following article provides information on What Is Self Esteem, How Self Esteem Develops, Self Esteem Strategies For Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers.
Developmental milestones are a set of functional skills or age-specific tasks that most children can do at a certain age range as they grow and develop. The following provides the developmental milestones from 2 months to 5 years old.
Saying sorry is among the earliest lessons in interpersonal behaviour that children learn when growing up. There are indeed many benefits of an apology but sometimes we forget that almost always they depend on both sides genuine feeling the emotions rather than being forced to go through the motions. The following article provides information on the Importance Of Apologising and Strategies To Support Children In Saying Sorry.