Germinal development is the 1st of the 3 stages of a child’s development in his prenatal life.
Fetal development is the 3rd of the 3 stages of a child's development in his prenatal life.
А woman's normal pregnancy lasts 280 days or 40 weeks or 9 months.
The child’s life begins from its conception date not from its birth. It is customary to say that the child’s age is being counted from the day of its birth, but this is wrong.
The development of speech and language skills begins with the release of inarticulate sounds when the child is born until their speech and language skills are articulated and intelligible in their preschool age.
The impact of the environment is crucial for the shaping of a child's personality.
Puberty does not occur all at once. It gradually appears at the end of physiological childhood. This period of a child's development is called prepubertal.
The child begins learning immediately after birth. In order for a child to learn a new activity or learn something new, certain conditions must be met.
Emotions are subjective reactions of human consciousness to objective reality, they are a hallmark of the human psyche.
Speech is very important for a child's mental development. It significantly contributes to the formation of the child as a social being.
A child's intelligence is measured by intelligence tests. These are a series of different tasks that the child has to solve at a certain age.
There are many factors that affect the development of intelligence in children, these are some of the most important.
The infant's first signs of intelligence can be observed after its behavior, expressed primarily in motor and later in speech.
Intelligent behavior is adaptability to change when one reaches a conclusion in a situation of emergence. Тhe same principle goes for children's.
Left-handedness is seen as something unusual. Left-handed children are starting to face difficulties in the family due to different spatial orientation - lateralization. Even more, difficulties await them at school.
In preschool-age, the child refines the motor skills that it already acquired as a baby and thus gains greater independence.
As the basics of body musculature evolves, so does the baby's motor development. With the development itself, they become more diverse and they go from gross to fine.
All sensory organs: skin, eyes ears, nose, and tongue, in the baby develop and are ready for function before birth, as a fetus while still in the mother’s womb.
The child at the beginning of life, instinctively - unconsciously performs physiological needs by emptying the colon and the bladder. As it grows, it gradually becomes aware of this bodily function.
A qualitative child sleep influences on its psyche. Parent's approach towards the child before bedtime is of great importance.
Healthy emotional development begins with the child's nutrition and is of great importance for the child's physical, as well as later social development.
In order to understand the child needs, primarily we must be acquainted with their nature and origin.
For better clarity, a division of seven stages of child development was made.
Parents' understanding of the child's behavior is an important precondition for its development into a mentally healthy person.
Baby birth injuries are a consequence of many possible causes. Birth traumas may result in the baby's permanent damage and the injuries may even be fatal.
The congenital birth defects originate from maternal nonphysiological and pathological processes in her body.
Environmental influence on children's psychological development is much stronger than the inherited traits.
Embryo development is the 2nd of the 3 stages of a child's development in his prenatal life.
Inherited traits in a child are genetically passed characteristics from their parents.
Conception occurs after sexual intercourse between male and female during ovulation (the female fertile period) when the egg (the female sex unit) and the spermatozoa (the male sex unit) are joined and fused.
The concept of psychohygiene called Mental Hygiene, deals with the care of people’s mental health.