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No words on earth can explain the happiness and the elated feeling of a mother, to feel her baby growing inside her. When the little one emerges from a single cell to a complete human, after nine ...

No words on earth can explain the happiness and the elated feeling of a mother, to feel her baby growing inside her. When the little one emerges from a single cell to a complete human, after nine months, the mom becomes simply euphoric.

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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.com Child Development Strategies Communication Skills Babys first complete sentence can give you a thrill and become one of the most unforgettable moments in your life, just like the time when children roll over for the first time or touch and play with their toes for the first time and the first time they utter their first words. Babyhood is the time when children are curious about everything and are experimenting with everything.
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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.co m  Child Development StrategiesControlling Active BabiesActive toddlers can be quite a handful at times. Itis not at all possible for children sit quietly all thetime. In fact, most of the babies are hyperactive inthe initial years. They are also very curious and tryto poke their noses at the most unexpected placesin your home. They try to explore new thingsevery now and then and in the process, get hurteasily, even in the most baby-proofed homes too.
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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.co m  Child Development StrategiesHide & SeekAt about eight months, children startunderstanding that things and people exist evenwhen they are not in direct line of sight. They maytoss a toy on the floor and then stoop down to seewhere it falls. They take more interest in lookingaround and trying to find a thing or a person afterthey have left their place, perhaps just to behidden from the baby. They start developing objectpermanence.
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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.co m Child Development Strategies Language Milestones Every child has a unique language development pattern so the parents should not worry too much about their children not following the growth chart as they had expected or should not think that their child can become a child prodigy just because he achieved some language milestones quicker than what have been reflected in charts.
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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.com Child Development Strategies Developing Peoples Skills Babies start socializing even before they are born. While in the womb, they listen intently to your voice and know it to be yours and can recognize as being different from others. Their first smiles and constantly changing facial expressions are a practice to what comes next in social interaction.
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  • www.onlineschooladmissions.co m Promoting Language Skills All babies are born with an extraordinary ability to learn languages, pattern of sounds and associate them to the meaning attributed to them by their parents. The process of language learning begins when the child is still in the womb. From the seventh month of pregnancy when children develop hearing skills, they listen intently to all the conversations that their mothers have or the people around her have.
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