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Baby Emotional Development | 9-12 Months

During this video, we are using a hand puppet to enhance social and emotional development. By creating an interaction with your baby using hand puppets, you are encouraging them to form and learn how different stimuli can cause happiness or sadness. Providing them with understanding how a variety of things can make them feel differently. By talking about emotions with your baby they will learn how to identify how they feel.

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Baby Emotional Development | 0-3 Months

  For emotional and social development, provide your baby with a variety of stimuli by allowing them to engage in other kids, adults and settings. They will become more flexible to changes. Flexibility is important to a child’s emotional and social development.

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Baby Emotional Development for 9-12 Months Old

Kids emotions will always be the number one priority of every mom in society. A kid being able to have continuous emotional development skill is a leap for parents to know that their kids will be the kind of person who will always be there to express and evaluate their own emotions with the help of their parents. Seeing them smile, seeing them cry is one of the things we would want to learn and see with our kids. There are different emotional development stages for kids aging to 9-12 months old – these stages are a way you can enhance their ability in the future. You might be wondering how to help them develop this skill and what is...

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Strategies for Your Baby’s Emotional-Social Development

Starting something at a young age can help someone be good at it when they grow up. You can teach a 3-6-month-old infant, and they can keep up with what you are teaching if you do it every day. Infants can be given activities and lessons for their emotional-social development. Babies grow every day, one day they're only a month old then you’ll realize that they can’t be your cute baby forever. As babies continue to grow up, they are beginning to be aware of their surroundings. Your baby won’t be with you for the rest of your life; that’s why you have to teach them to interact with other people. This is going to be a hard adjustment for...

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