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Importance of Child Development Activities --> Your Child & You #017
April 01, 2010
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Importance of Child Development Activities


Child development activities are vital for stimulating both physical and mental growth among other areas of growth in your child.

A well-tailored development program during the early stages can help mold your child into an individual with a well-balanced growth in all fields.

Although you may find yourself being preoccupied with your career, it is recommended and highly advised that you avoid neglecting this vital stage of your child's development.

Today, there are a myriad of activities that are simple and cost-effective to assist your child grow into a positive mental health in line with his physical growth.

Although an expert psychologist/counselor can provide the best treatment and therapies, there are many simple yet effective activities that are often overlooked.

Physical growth development activities can very well include climbing, running, swinging, jogging and other wholesome family fun-filled activities.

In all reality, your child requires a lot of work in order to help stimulate growth of his muscles. Child development activities are vital for stimulating both physical and mental growth. A well-tailored development program during the early stages can help mold your child into an individual with a well-balanced growth in all fields.

Next, there are also development activities which place strong emphasis on the writing muscles of the hand. They are known as fine motor control development. Activities can include (but not limited to) painting, coloring, writing and so on.

Activities are often fun yet simple to execute. Activities such as doing puzzles, playing with small toys such as action figures and small cars are also excellent for the development of fine motor control.

Activities that are intended to help develop mental growth are generally those that are focused upon reading activities. Having mentioned this, they can be extensive - everything from reading aloud to your child to pointing out the labels on foods or reading the instructions on a game and so on.

Other than the above, your child will also need to be developed emotionally and socially. This is intended to help him learn to communicate with others, build upon his imaginations and vocabulary.

Activities can include playing "let's pretend", hide-and-seek and playing house to name but a few. If your child is involved in drama and acting he will learn a great deal about sharing, caring, compromising and socializing.

A most important factor when deciding on the right development activities for your child would be its feasibility. Ensure that they are suitable for your child's age. Choosing the wrong activities for his age can either cause your child to be bored, easily frustrated or simply lose interest quickly.

As illustrated above, the activities targeted at child development are varied and will depend on the area of growth along with the age of your child. Its importance and significance is obvious and cannot be denied or pushed aside.

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