Infant

INFANTS LISTENER SKILLS

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability during infancy. (Birth to 12 months) – LISTENER SKILLS Listener Skills go hand in hand with a child’s growing sociability, speech and vocabulary, ability to follow directions, and interest in reading. It stands to reason that a baby whose LISTNER skills are encouraged will go on to have an easier time making friends and tackling school work than will a child whose LISTENER skills are weak. All three types of learners, then, will benefit from their parents’ attention to this area of development. The baby whose LISTENER skills are inborn will enjoy and profit from any opportunity for communication or self-expression. LOOKERS and MOVERS, who delight in moving their hands and their whole bodies, will most readily accept those LISTENER activities that com...

INFANTS LOOKER SKILLS

How to Develop Child’s Learning Ability during infancy. (Birth to 12 months) – LOOKER SKILLS Adult interaction plays a major role in coloring a baby’s sensory experiences. By being aware of your child’s learning style, by examining your own actions towards him, and by offering him playthings selected with his sensory preferences in mind, you can “spoon-feed” your baby the kinds of stimulation he adores and bolster his weaker areas, as well. Whether you’re bathing, changing, feeding, playing with, relaxing with, or just working alongside your infant, both the way in which you approach him and the toys you choose can work wonders. A child with a strong Looker skills often goes on to excel at spelling and writing, while a good listener will have an easy time building his vocabulary and learni...