Chiff.com

The web, reviewed by humans since 1999.






Health
alternative medicine
birth & pregnancy
child development
childhood rashes
dieting
diseases
health & fitness
health & nutrition
human body
kids' health
men's health
mental health
pain relief
plastic surgery
rashes
senior health
teens health
vitamins
women's health

MAIN Arrow to Kid's HealthKids Health Arrow to Child DevelopmentChild Development Arrow to Learning SkillsLearning Skills

As their minds are stimulated by the sights and sounds that surround them, children begin developing learning skills even from early infancy.

While physical development is aided by caring concern and good nutrition, cognitive ability follows from a baby's natural curiosity about the world and how to manipulate it to fulfill simple needs.

An infant learns that crying brings food, comfort and a clean diaper.

As motor skills develop baby learns to bring objects closer to explore the environment. Everything is tasted as a potential food source until the brain grasps the concept that eating is not the only enjoyable activity available.

Once that happens, baby begins to conquer the world. Enriching the space that your baby lives in helps to stimulate brain development. It's the smart parent who encourages early language skills and an optimum environment for learning, including age-appropriate toys for babies to stimulate motor skills and learning play.

Around the Web, discover more about helping your child get a head start at top sites that show you how to increase the capacity for early learning - along with tips on where to find fun interactive games online, homework help by subject for older kids, plus information on learning disabilities and the signals that tell you when to seek help ...

also see in child development -> kids' behavioral development

kids' physical development
| kids' language skills development

kids' learning development | healthy kids' sleep habits

kids health

 

also see related feature stories -> Starting First Grade

Homeschooling - The Right Choice? | Dyslexia Doesn't Mean Stupid

Learning in the Early Years | Potty Training How To's


More about learning skill development around the Web:



ABC's of Child Care - Thinking Skills
- Broad list of recognized milestones from infancy to age five, from PBS.

Learning, Play and Your Newborn - Expert tips for stimulating an infant's mind with related articles for first- time parents and related resources, from KidsHealth.org.

Early Childhood and Education Resources - One-stop browsing for kid-friendly learning resources including source materials, interactive games, videos, suggested reading.

School - FamilyEducation.com - Parent's guide for second to sixth grade students with related milestones, expert skill building resources, printable worksheets, and related links to more on homework, reading skills development.

LD Online - Parenting & Family - With the focus on learning disabilities including a virtual library of feature articles offering advice on parent advocacy, coping with ADD, improving reading and study skills, and practical tips for dealing with emotional and behavioral problems.



Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

 
 

chiff.com

Privacy  |  Mission Statement  |  Contact us |  Sitemap

All contents copyright © Chiff.com 1999 - 2017