whole \hōl\ child \chi-eld\ compound noun

 

1: a child who is
completely developed
in all six areas.

 

2: a whole child
grows up to reach
his or her full potential.

COGNITIVE
SOCIAL
LANGUAGE
CREATIVE
PSYHICAL
HEALTH

Infant
(Birth to 12 months)

Toddler
(12 to 24 months)


Age 2




Age 3




Age 4


 

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The chart covers health information that is easy to comprehend and can be applied to the routine care of your baby. 
Going trough these areas of health and care will show you a number of things you can do keep her clean and healthy from head to toe while avoiding big fights ,struggles and confrontations.
 

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When your baby was born, most of his body mass was in the head. As he gets older, the rest of his body catches up.

The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of physical development. Understanding these areas of physical development will help you learn how your child develops and how to support him.

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Playing creatively with your baby fosters many aspects of development. The physical skills creativity promotes become the primary way that your baby will learn about the world around her, thus giving her new ways of thinking, engaging, problem solving, and discovering.

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Understanding these areas of creative development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support creativity and how to teach new skills.

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During the ages of three months to a year, a lot of language development is happening. You will hear her coo and laugh, play with sounds, and babble as she begins to communicate with gestures.
The way in which you respond to and engage your baby will support language development during these very important early years.

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Social-emotional skills ref lect how effectively your child is able to interact in social settings. In order to interact well he must develop positive relationships. He must learn to recognize and regulate his emotions and reactions while communicating his feelings.
Development in this category will help to determine how well your child succeeds with peer interaction throughout his life.

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Cognitive Development is a building of thinking methods, which includes how your child will remember, problem solve, and make decisions from now and into adulthood.

The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of cognitive development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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The chart covers health information that is easy to comprehend and can be applied to the routine care of your toddler. Going trough these areas of health and care will show you a number of things you can do keep her clean and healthy from head to toe while avoiding big fights ,struggles and confrontations.

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You will also see your little one stacking blocks, pillows, and even books when he wants to climb on something. He can use a spoon to feed himself and hold a drinking cup.
Until you see all of these things, you do not realize just how much your toddler has grown from infancy to now.

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Toddlers often use both hands equally when they’re painting or drawing, so you cannot yet tell whether your toddler is right handed or left handed. This usually becomes more obvious at about three or four years of age, though a preference can emerge as early as 13 months .
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No matter what stage of language development your toddler is in, remember to help build his language skills by using simple language yourself. But don’t use “baby” language when communicating with your child. You want to help him learn language correctly.
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Toddlers see things in their own way and have strong feelings, which makes it dif ficult as a parent to understand what they need from you.
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Cognitive Development is a building of thinking methods, which includes how your child will remember, problem solve, and make decisions from now and into adulthood.

The chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of cognitive development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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The  chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of health and Care. Understanding these areas will help you to support your child healthy development.

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Your two year olds physical development includes three main components: gross motor, fine motor, and sensory motor experiences. A gross motor skill is your two year old’s ability to control arm and leg movements.
Fine motor development applies to small movements of the hands, wrists, fingers, feet, and toes.
Sensory motor skills in two year olds include five areas, which correspond to the senses: touch, sight, hearing, smell, and taste.
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Creative development involves how your child uses music, art, movement, and dramatic play to express himself and build imaginative thinking.
Music and movement build your child’s gross motor skills (big muscles).
Visual art builds your child’s fine motor skills (small muscles).
Through art and dramatic play, your child can express and act out feelings, model behavior, or work through emotions.
The chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of creative development. Understanding these areas of creative development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new creative skills.
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Two year olds learn language by making connections between the words they hear and the meanings of these words. These connections between words enable your child to put together words to form phrases and make dif ferent words from a root word, for example the root word appear helps your child make sense of the words disappear and reappear.

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At this age your child has better control of her body and emotions because she is able to retain focus and attention longer. Your child’s ability to control her emotions and refrain from acting on her f irst impulse also helps her cooperate and develop the ability to wait her turn and not grab toys from friends.
The chart provides you with an image that walks you through two year old  stages of Social Emotional Development.
Performance in this category will help to determine how well your child succeds with peer interaction throughout her life.
 

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During this stage of development, two year olds demonstrate how their minds are making more connections. Your child is moving past just observing and manipulating objects in his environment and is now beginning to understand the relationship between objects and ideas.

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Environment plays a role in your child’s growth because the conditions of your child’s environment are important in how she progresses both physically and emotionally.
Nutrition is another environmental factor. Good nutrition leads to growth.
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The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of psyhical development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of creative development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Three main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of language development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Four main components





Your chlid`s social- emotional development provides him with a sense of who is in the world, how he deals with stress and also help him form relationship with others.
The Whole Child Parenting has organized your child sociol-emotional skills into four primary components that are considered essential for your childs development. Understanding these areas of social development will help you learn your child thoughts and feelings and how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Five main components





Cognitive Development is a building of thinking methods, which includes how your child will remember, problem solve, and make decisions from now and into adulthood.

The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of cognitive development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Five main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of health development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Three main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of psyhical development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Four main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of creative development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Three main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of language development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Four main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of social development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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Five main components





The following chart provides you with an image that walks you through your child's stages of intellectual development. Understanding these areas of cognitive development will help you learn how your child thinks, how to support learning and how to teach new skills.

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