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baby's growth

time:2023-02-03 05:49:29source:monlittlebaby.com author:Cry
baby's growth

If life is a long journey, infancy is the most important starting point in life. A baby is not just a living body, but comes to this world with a "psychological embryo". Children's hands and brain Many psychologists agree that the normal development of children can be divided into three steps, two of which are directly related to movement, that is, the beginning of walking and the beginning of speaking. These two activities represent a major breakthrough in children's acquisition of motor skills and expression. Children's initial psychological development requires the acquisition of something in the environment, which is best heard and seen. Since children's development depends more on sports and hand activities, and in a certain environment, we should try our best to provide these help to children and give them the objects of activities. Children's movements are obviously not accidental. Under their own guidance, they have gradually established coordination, organization and purpose. After countless trials of coordination, they were able to use their inner spirit to coordinate their organs of expression with the tissue. Children need to be on their own and do certain things independently. In their independent process of shaping themselves, movement is a specialized activity, never the result of a whim. Children's activities seem so disorganized, running, jumping, throwing toys, the house is a mess. In fact, they are inspired by the activities of others to carry out constructive activities. It is difficult for them to do things like adults, they just imitate the objects or tools that adults use to do things. Therefore, the family and social environment have an extremely important influence on the development of these behaviors. Children will try to sweep the floor, do the dishes, do the laundry, take out the trash, wash their hair, brush their hair, get dressed, etc. This nature can be called "imitation", but this is different from the imitation behavior of monkeys. These behaviors of children stem from the establishment of an intelligent mental model. Knowledge precedes action, and action is governed by mental activity. When a child decides to do something, he first wants to figure out what it is, and he also desires to do what everyone else is doing. The same is true of children's language development, especially when they listen to the conversation of the people around them, and gradually acquire this language ability. His memory will help him remember those words and say them as needed. This kind of imitation is fundamentally different from simple "parroting". Therefore, we should clearly recognize these characteristics of children and better understand children's activities.
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