Behaviour of Child-Growth & Development

The growth of a child involves four key factors. These are physical, intellectual, emotional, and social. Physical: Babies are born with a sense of humour that helps them to participate in the survival of the fittest (such as breastfeeding, and responding to unexpected noises). As the baby grows with proper care, its muscles grow to learn its movements. This goes hand in hand with gross motor skills and includes actions such as sitting, moving arms and legs, and taking steps. Intelligence: Mental development is a child's ability to think and reason. Children are keenly interested in learning, which puts parents in a better position to mold and teach their children how to read and develop. The child’s brain does its best in its development at an early age, so complete stimulation from adolescence supports good brain development and curiosity. Emotional: The child's attachment to his parent is the basis on which the child develops his self-esteem. Safe adherence will lead to better emotional, psychological and social issues as the child will gain more confidence in him or her to explore new outcomes and communication. It also reduces the child's risk of developing an unhealthy lifestyle. Public: Business development businesses how a child interacts with other people and outcomes. Babies need social interactions from birth as it helps to regenerate them and teaches them to respond. Children use sounds to communicate naturally, until they have learned to speak and understand what is being said to them. This type of social development is almost synonymous with intellectual development.

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