Sunday, 19 February 2012

Infant develepment

Cognitive development
Through observations and experiences, your baby recognises different emotional reactions and starts to differentiate faces according to gender. He can also recognise different features of models and toys, and figure out relationships between separate objects, like putting a spoon into a soup bowl.

Speech development
He starts uttering simple words that include names (mama, dada, nana), animals (dog, cat, bird) vehicles (car, plane), greetings (hello, bye-bye), food (milk, rice, apple) and actions (poo-poo, pee-pee, eat).

Motor development
He can stand on his own and walk 2 – 3 steps without support. He develops a hand preference, using either his right or left hand to grasp objects.

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