Early Childhood Development Stages and Beyond

There are many types of child development can be seen. The development of a child should do within a certain age range. The parents can observe through such behavior: how the child plays with a stranger or other people, how he/she call others, how many words they speak in a day, how they react while wearing their clothes, whether they wear by themselves, how long they play games etc. As they get older, parents can observe their reading and writing habits and how they perform in school or in the classroom. But the response rate of every child is different. Early childhood development follows some sequence for a child’s brain development. As per their development, they acquire some skills and proceed further for the next one. The skill may be to draw something, counting numbers, reading any readable book or paper, or it could be writing here and there. But all such skills could take time because the development of any child depends on the home environment, their society, their parent’s activities, etc.

Child development depends on some key resources. They are as follows:

  1. Child growths
  2. What nutrition provides to them
  3. Feeding skill
  4. What is the condition of their dental health
  5. Children sleep habits
  6. Children perceptual development
  7. Their characteristic development
  8. Children Aesthetic Development

All these key resources can be found in every single child as per their age section. Professionals need to keep watch all of these consideration for their study and use these references.

The most effective evaluation of children’s development begins with an assessment covering a broad age range, updated norms, growth scores to monitor progress over time, and updated items to reflect changes in society, technology and culture.

Through this content along with infographic we have discussed the early childhood and the development stages of the children. Hope this will be helpful.

Early Childhood Development Phases