Programme of Baby, you have grown up!
Second session. The development of movement and language
Neuroscientific and Psychological Bases II
Sensitive periods are "windows of opportunity", where the child is directed with great passion towards something that exists in the environment and that helps them acquire an ability or capacity. We will talk about what can help us understand and observe the sensitive periods that the child goes through during early childhood.
The prepared environment II (from 8 to 18 months)
As the child grows, they need change and therefore the environment must do so. It adapts to the child to offer autonomy and independence in the different rooms of the home.
Motor development and freedom of movement
In this point, we will answer the key questions about child motor skills such as the stages of motor development the child will go through during the first months of life, how to help their passage through these stages and why it is so important to allow the child freedom of movement, among other things.
Language is absorbed unconsciously by the baby and this construction of language starts from the pre-natal stage onwards. Thus, the linguistic environment is important because it will determine the verbal skills of the child during the first years of life.
Body map and self-image/conclusions
In this last point, we will talk about how the body map is constructed and why it is important, and the consequences of constructing a healthy self-image for physical and emotional development.