Emotional Development

How Emotional Development helps child’s overall development?

Emotional Development is a uniquely integrative and psychologically constructive feature of psychological growth in infancy and development.

The role of emotions in behaviour and development, and the nature of emotion itself , are discussed in relation to structuralist and functionalist approaches to emotional development.

From birth, children rapidly develop their abilities to experience and express diffrent emotions, as well as their capacity to cope with and manage a variety of feelings.

Emotional Development include the ability to identify and understand one’s own feelings. It is actually built into the architecture of young ones brain in response to their individual personal experiences.

Emotional development during infancy.

Right from the time of birth the infant cries and his bodily movements seems to give evidence of the presence of Emotional element in him.

The baby tries to give simple responses that suggest pleasure and displeasure feelings.

There is continuous variation in the manifestation of emotions during infancy.

With the increase in age there is an increased linguistic response and a decreased motor response….

Children also learn emotional display rules as they progress through middle and late childhood. For example, a child learns to look happy even though she feels upset when a friend or family member gives her an undesirable gift. The use of display rules tends to increase as children begin to consider what consequences their actions may have for others.

Toddlers begin expressing shame, embarrassment, and pride, which are learned emotions based on their culture. As they acquire language and learn to verbalize their feelings, they can express their emotions of affection, distress, pain, and fatigue.

During play, children increase their emotional maturity and social competence by interacting with other children. Play helps children practice their communication skills as they negotiate roles and appreciate others’ feelings.

Some examples of emotional development

  • Child will be able to express his/her feelings
  • Child displays self control.
  • They will be aware about other people feelings.
  • Ask for help from their friends and family when needed.
  • Child will listen or pays attention to people.
  • They will have a positive self image.
As a parent, helping children with their feelings can both help them feel better and reduce behavior problems.

Be sensitive with your child feelings. Listen to them, help them with their problems. Always encourage them, be your child’s best friend😇

How do you handle your child emotions?

CREATIVITY

How creative mind work for a better result?

Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and somehow valuable is formed. Creativity is a intangible thing thats comes into mind of anyone ( child, men, women ) but that person decides to implement that creative idea to find results. Result can be both positive or negative.


If the result is positive it means the idea what he/she used is powerful and impactful. But if the results shows negative side then that person needs to do more research.

CHILD’S MIND


If we talk about a “child’s mind” The way he think ,the way he see, the way he hear, the way he understand is very different in comparison to adult. In childhood the mind of child is very creative, full of new thoughts, full of fruitful views. Based on research of MIT and Tufts, parents have seen their kid’s concentration improve 300% and logical thinking improves 75% in age of 5 year to 12 year .

Thats why some of them are CEO of many big organization for example,
● Elon Musk, best known for founding Tesla, Space X, and PayPal now, programmed his first video game Blastar in 1984 when he was just 12 years old.
● Jan Koum, the founder of Whatsapp, was born in a poor household in Ukraine where his mother worked as a household cleaning lady. He learnt coding in high school and built WhatSapp which was sold to Facebook for $16 Billion.
● the youngest billionaire in the world, who started coding at age 9. Or Bill Gates, the Microsoft Founder, who also started coding at age 8.

Sometimes parents are busy with their own work. They don’t take care of their children that’s the reason why some of the children start attracting toward negative things. This leads to crime, depression and many more things.

For the parents it a suggestion that you have to turn your child’s mind toward positive things instead of negative and make your child future more brighter, better, healthy and creative.

Are you spending your quality time with your child?

Cognitive Development

Do you know what is Cognitive Development or how it is important?

The growth and development of the Mental Abilities and capabilities which helps an individual to adjust his behaviour to the changing environment conditions is referred to as Mental or cognitive development.

According to “Jean Piaget Theory”Children are active learner’s in their environment. His theory describes how children’s thinking and learning develops. He believed that knowledge is built by the child overtime. Knowledge is the result of interaction between child and environment.

It includes the development of our intellectual abilities such as thinking, reasoning, problem solving, imagination etc.

Play way is important for cognitive development

Play is important for your preschooler’s cognitive development – that is, your child’s ability to think, understand, communicate, remember, imagine and work out.

Preschoolers want to learn how things work, and they learn best through play. Children at play are solving problems, creating, experimenting, thinking and learning all the time.

Spending time playing with your child is especially good for your child’s cognitive development.

Why Cognitive Development is important?

  • It provides children with the means of paying attention to thinking about the world around them.
  • Cognitive development encompasses a child’s working memory, attention, as well as a child’s ability to manage and respond to the experiences and information they experience on a daily basis.
  • Cognitive skills allow children to understand the relationships between ideas, to grasp the process of cause and effect and to improve their analytical skills.

Is your child’s Cognitive development is enhancing?

Tips to “Parents”of “Preschoolers”

Children need care that promotes positive emotional health and well-being which supports their overall mental heath, including a positive sense of self,as well as the ability to cope with stressful situation.

Parents are the essential resource for children in managing emotional arousal and behaviour. They serve in this role by providing positive affirmation and engendering a sense of security.


Here are the tips for “Better Parenting”

  • Be interactive with your child.
  • Encourage them to be independent.
  • Create strong bond.
  • Teach them to be a good listener.
  • Try not to be strict.
  • Don’t be a “NO” person always.
  • Ask your children about school and encourage them to talk about the day.
  • Polish their communication skills.
  • Don’t give into their tantrums.
  • Encourage teamwork.
  • Let your kid solve simple problems.
  • Set good examples.
  • Don’t compare with siblings.
  • Resist doing for her what she can do herself.
  • Help them with their important stuff.
  • Be a role model to them.

Being a parent is such a blessing just put a light into it and let your baby shine.

#better #parenting

#better #future

Physical Development

How Physical Development affect child’s learning?

Physical activity

Physical Development is the process that starts from infancy to adolescence. It is one of the many domains of infant and toddler development. It relates to the growth and skill development of the body, including the brain, muscles, and senses.

It includes motor development also which means to gain better control over our bones,muscles and other parts of the body which help us to manipulate the environment.

Types of Motor Development

  • Gross Motor Development: involve the mastery of large muscle movements, as well as the building of strength in muscle groups like the arms, legs, and core. Such examples are catching a ball, balancing, climbing, jumping on a trampoline, playing tag and running races.
Gross motor skill
  • Fine Motor Development: involve smaller, more precise movements, particularly movements of the hands and fingers, such as grasping, writing, throwing, drawing etc.
Fine Motor Skill

Physical activity is important for both the physical and mental development of children, especially during the first five years of life. It’s during this time that parents and educators should begin to encourage kids to engage in physical activities at an early age and build good habits that can last a lifetime.

Child Development

How early childhood development is important? Does this effects the overall changes in life?

Development means the systematic changes which leads an individual from dependency to self-reliance throughout his lifetime.

Development is a process that creates growth, progress, positive change or the addition of physical, economic, environmental and social components.

Child development involves the biological, psychological and emotional changes that occur in human beings between birth and the conclusion of adolescence.

The early years of child’s life is very crucial for his or her health and overall development. In this period an individual grows in many ways such as physically, mentally, emotionally etc.

Development is a continuous process that includes growth , maturation and learning in itself. Development is both qualitative and quantitative in nature.

Some aspects of Development

  • Cognitive development
  • Physical Development
  • Social Development
  • Language Development
  • Moral Development
  • Emotional Development

Early Childhood Development is very important because it impacts children’s social and emotional health.

The emotional, social and physical development of young children has a direct effect on their overall development and on the adult they will become.

What are the other factors that effects the overall development of a child and how development plays a major role in building one’s life?

Relive Childhood

What comes in someone’s mind after reading this word?

‘CHILDHOOD’

Childhood is the most beautiful of all life’s season.

Childhood ultimately become the life long memory which always brings a smile on our faces. Only the grownups know the real value of childhood because the children do not understand these things.

‘Childhood’is a promise that is never kept.

‘Childhood’ means simplicity. Look at the world with child’s eye – it is very beautiful that boundless freedom is so wonderful.

As a kid we always used to play outside, enjoying with friends and family no worries was there.

Childhood memories were the dreams that stayed with you after you woke.

Childhood is a part of life which has to be enjoyed freely and fully as it is a part of life which is very wonderful and full of happiness. It’s the most happiest moment of one’s life.

But as a parent you relive your childhood memories .

You see yourself in their reactions and emotions.

It is interesting to see the world through the eyes of your children.
Yes seeing life through your kids’ eyes is incredible, but what’s even more invaluable is having the opportunity to revisit your own childhood memories as an adult and creat a new reality for yourself,full of hope, purpose, adventure- or whatever it is you’d wanted and never had😊

Obviously, you can go back to your past at any time , but having kids makes this process extremely more special. Being a parent prompts you to put yourself in your child’s shoes.
One of the best thing about being a parent is that you have an excuse to act like a child.

Do you miss your childhood while playing with your kid, or by helping them with their School Activity?

The early years of child are very important for his overall development. Child development is the period of physical, emotional, social and cognitive growth that begins at birth till early adulthood.