10 Things Every Child Needs For Best Start in Life are as follow:
There is the need to encourage the interaction, as the child’s brain grow, with the experiences at home. The more interaction the child has, the healthier he/she will be. However, in my point of view, parent and grandparents need to encourage the child on what he/she is doing.
Offer Physical Affection
Through physical affection child can feel comfortable, there is need to communicate physical, so that could be the positive emotional growth. However, there is the need to be gentle, need to give massage to your child, one should rock the baby and hug the child often.
Provide a Stable Relationship
There is the need to give the stable relationship to your child, so that one could know how to make the friends, the child in this way can feel better, share things, however, there can discussion of stressful situations.
Maintain a Safe, Healthy Home
Creating a place for the child where the healthy environment can be given to him, however, there is a need to give the healthy and nutritious diet to the child.
Engage In Communication
The child should be engaged in the communication. As in this way, they become able to understand the expressions of parent and they will learn speech faster.
Develop Strong Self-Esteem
For the healthy development, there is the need to promote the self-esteem in the young child, as in my point of view, a child can be stronger and confident in this way.
Choose Quality Childcare
There is the need to give the quality childcare, as there is the need to give supportive environment and nutritious food and parental involvement.
There is the need to promote eth play because in this way, child become able to learn the thing faster and there will be healthy brain development.
Make Reading a Priority
The parents need to give the quality time to the child, there is the need to share the stories so children ask the questions and point the picture.
The music can make the child happy, there is a need to engage the child in the dance and singing so that his skills can be encouraged.
Childhood and Adolescent Observation and Theories