This poster links theorists and theories to the four domains of child development, physical, social, emotional and cognitive. It gives you a clear understanding of the theories that fit into these domains.
This pin is showing Physical development because it shows how an infant/child develops physical abilities, like walking.
12 powerful parenting phrases that make talking to kids easier
Phrases that make talking to kids easier
As parents we need to help our children understand their feelings and build social-emotional skills for coping with feelings such as anger in safe ways. Learning how to manage emotions is important to a child's psychological health and development. There are books on this list for kids of all ages; toddlers, preschoolers, elementary aged kids and teens. #ParentingTeacher
Finger Gym: Daily Activities for Fine Motor Exercises
Fine Motor exercises are an important part of any child's curriculum and learning experience. Learning how control your hands and refining those hand muscles help a child learn how to do important, every day life skills like feeding, wiping, zippering, and tying shoes. Enter: Finger Gym. Guest Blog post by The SPED Head at Mrs. D's Corner.
Programming and Planning Resources for Early Childhood Educators - When your Child Comes home Messy- Poster Free
#parenting #quotes Developing Social Skills for Children