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Mind Map of Child Development
Transcript of Mind Map of Child Development
The construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood.
Activities in this area target your child’s ability to make and keep social relationships, both with adults and with other children. He will learn to recognize and express his own feelings more effectively. He will gain experience understanding and responding to the emotions of others.
Approaches to Learning
Children differ in how they approach new tasks, difficult problems, or challenges. These activities will spark your child’s curiosity, interest, and attention and the ability to stay on task. Research suggests strong links between positive approaches to learning and success in school.
These activities are designed to help develop your child’s large and small muscle control, coordination, and overall physical fitness.
Motor Skill Development
As a child grows his or her nervous system becomes more mature. As this happens, the child becomes more capable of performing complex actions.
A child begins to develop: language, reading, counting, problem solving, decision making, creativity, interpreting visual cues
Children start to realize the difference between socializing with peers and adults.
They learn how to communicate properly with others.
Thinking Abilities & General Knowledge
Communication Language and Literacy
The suggestions in this area help your child figure out how the world works and how things are organized. Your child will experience “learning how to learn,” improving problem-solving ability and abstract thinking.
These activities will help your child learn to express himself and to understand what others say. Early reading and writing skills are also targeted.
Large Muscles develop before small muscles.
The center of the body develops before the outer regions.
Development goes from the top down, (head to the toes).
Ex: a child sees a commercial that says "Auto Zone." They can't read it but later on they see the same sign as their riding in a car and they say "Thats Autozone!"
Includes inquiry based questions, hands on materials, group work