Physical Dev’t. in Early Childhood

physical devt early childhood

As parents, we want to see how our children grow from child to adolescent, and then to adulthood. We can say that this growth process is normal. Of course, it goes without saying that providing the necessary nutrition is vital to the growth process. Also on the dental and oral health aspect, we need to monitor their teeth development. Just in case if they have problems on their teeth, you can visit a paediatric dentist to treat them immediately. Here are some of the physical development in early childhood.

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During the first 12 months, your baby’s body is still fairly smooth, but when it becomes more active, the muscles will build up. Hands and legs are still short compared to head and trunk but are becoming more balanced after some time. Between 9 and 12 months, the child takes the first shaky steps, as the leg muscles do not contain strong muscles. When their legs become more muscular, their walk will become firmer and more stable and allow them to explore anything.

As your child grows, his or her overall motor skills will be improved every month. These new behaviors give him a lot of fun and entertainment, as the mother watches as she takes the abandoned piece or the mother to run behind him. The crawl along the stairs will turn into a stroll through this ladder, although little help is still needed from you or the fence. Other developments include placing and removing material inside or outside containers, feeding yourself with a spoon, throwing a ball at your hand, solving the puzzle, dressing yourself up. At the age of two to three years, the child shows interest in learning in the toilet.

kids playing beach sandAllow the child to exercise and feed healthy food for children, can develop physically. Also, you appear to be delighted with his new talents, so he is invited to try harder. In this case, its true: “practice makes perfect.” They like to climb stairs, drink a cup and do other simple things. Your child can eat himself with a spoon. He understands some simple phrases, he can point to the nose, mouth, and eyes on his doll. He can catch the falling game, without losing balance. Expresses feelings, such as love, pleasure, excitement, making sounds.

They have a favorite game and prefer to play it. Children of this age can speak at least 15 words. If your child is using nipples, it is time to get rid of them. In this age, does not harm the nipple, however, if it is used until 3 or even 4 years, it can cause some problems in speech. Individuals can change their physical development; some children walk for 11 months or 15 months and continue to grow normally. There are areas of physical development ranging from one to two years of three years for each specific skill. Your child needs a healthy development of muscle and muscle skills, which is important for successful development.