Social and Emotional Development... concerning a child's ability to feel and express an increasing range of emotions and ability to relate to others appropriately and become independent.
Language and Speech Development... using visual and sound stimuli, especially in the acquisition of language, also in the
exchange of thoughts and feelings.
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social, emotional, physical, sensory, communication and language developments are met.
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Child Development Guide Site Contents
Early Sign of Pregnancy Some women experience mild uterine cramping early in pregnancy. Due to hormonal action and the enlarging uterus, women need to empty
their bladders more often in early pregnancy.
The Importance of Early Literacy By the age of 5, many children will have a sight vocabulary of a number of words. Most will recognise their own name;
many will be able to write it.
Child Protection Legislation One of the main aims of the 1989 Act was therefore to balance the needs and rights of children and the responsibilities and rights of parents.
Problems in child language development occur when there is a lack of communication between you and your child. Your child is unique in that he communicates with words, with gestures and with body language.