Early childhood is an important period of physical and mental development, which has a profound impact on children's psychological development.

time:2022-12-09 09:56:55source:monlittlebaby.com author:Diet
Early childhood is an important period of physical and mental development, which has a profound impact on children's psychological development.

There was once an abstract survey on preschool children aged 5-6, and I was terrified: 1. About 16% of children with bad temper; 2. About 5% of children with eccentric personality; 3. About 28% of children with neurotic tendencies 4. About 9% of children with behavioral problems; 5. About 3% of children with poor social interaction; 6. About 2% of children with emotional disorders; 7. About 10% of children with attention disorders; 8. Intelligence About 0.6% of low-level children... Compared with intellectual factors, children's psychological problems are a big problem. We often say that "three-year-old is old, seven-year-old is old", and it is not groundless. Early childhood is an important period for children's physical and mental development, which has a profound impact on later psychological development. If at this stage, the child is let loose and ignored, then it is a cruel behavior for the child's future.

What are the characteristics of children's physical and mental development in early childhood?

1. Physical development The increase in height and weight is obvious, but what is invisible is that the functions of various tissues and organs in the child are also developing. The development of large muscles will allow children to engage in various activities tirelessly; the development of small muscles will make things more refined for children. 2. Imagination Children have a very rich imagination, and imagination is the most easily obliterated and obliterated by adults. When children fully apply their imagination to their own life and play, their creativity and independence also increase day by day. Therefore, at this stage, adults, especially children's parents, should be willing to let go, and under the premise of safety, allow children to have an independent space for activities and spend their time freely. Children who grow up in such an environment will have their own ideas and responsibilities, and at the same time dare to explore and move forward bravely. 3. Language expression ability Infancy is the period in which a person's vocabulary grows the fastest in his life. Normal children can communicate with adults completely without obstacles at the age of 6. However, if the child is always in a state of tension, there may be stuttering, confusion in language expression, and confusion between reality and imagination. Therefore, when parents talk to their children, they should encourage their children to speak boldly and speak proactively without being nervous. As adults, listening is more useful to children than opinions. 4. Social young children have been able to compare their own and others' behavior with the rules of behavior based on their own experience and the education of adults, resulting in positive or negative moral views. At this time, the best way for adults is to be the best version of themselves, so as to influence children by example. In addition, the child also likes to play with his peers. Give him enough time and opportunities every day to let him have the experience of being with his peers. In this immersion, the child will consciously master the ability to communicate and communicate with others. In the future social life, they will also have their own unique ways and principles of dealing with others. Keeping children at home alone may cause them to be cowardly or inferior in the crowd. 5. Behavioral habits The behavioral habits of childhood are closely related to the requirements of parents, because no matter the habit is good or bad, it is the result of adult reinforcement. Because in the child's basic cognition, the behavior that is accepted by parents, teachers, or other adults is good; otherwise, it is not good. This is also the basis for the initial formation of their individual psychological characteristics.

How can I help my child's body and mind develop correctly without deviation?

1. Family environment If the child has physical and mental deviation, parents should first find the root cause from their own words and deeds, education methods, and family environment. The quality of parents, their relationship with each other, and their parenting methods will all have a huge impact on children's psychological development. Finding the problem, pinpointing the core, and actively and quickly solving the problem is the most critical. 2. Seize the opportunity of education To educate children, it is not necessary to preach all the time, but to seize the opportunity of education. Find the bright spots in your child in time, praise them well, and let them carry forward their good qualities. If you find your child's shortcomings, don't criticize it simply and rudely. You might as well use some games and factual cases to help your child view their own problems from the perspective of a bystander. 3. Actively participate in group activities. Children in group life (including kindergarten life) and actively participate in various games and activities that are intentionally designed are not only conducive to healthy growth, but also conducive to cultivating children's good interpersonal and social skills. It is very important for the formation of a good personality in children. In addition, in the group activities, the children's ability and habit of thinking and loving observation are cultivated from an early age, so that the children can improve in an all-round way. In other words, how can children who live and live happily have so many psychological problems?
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