The Six domains of development are:
This involves learning to use all of the “big” muscles in our body. Crawling, walking, running, skipping, jumping, and climbing are all examples of gross motor activity.
Fine motor activities teach hand-eye coordination. These activities require a child to learn to precisely control the muscles in the hands. Things like coloring, writing, cutting with scissors, using tweezers, tearing paper, etc. all help build fine motor skills.
This domain includes alphabetics, phonemic awareness, oral, and written language. Eventhough your little one won’t be able to read for several years, you can (and most definitely should) read to her/him. Talking about things throughout the day (even when it feels silly) is especially important as well. Learning the ABC’s (as well as the sounds each letter makes) is another example of a language activity.
This includes cause-and-effect, problem solving, reasoning, as well as early-math skills. Believe it or not, a baby who continually drops a spoon from his high-chair is exercising his cognitive ability. He learns that when he drops it, you will pick it up (cause-and-effect). Counting and patterning are also included in this domain for preschoolers.
Social and Emotional Recognition
Your child is a social being! Learning to “play” (especially with others) is a skill. “Teaching” in this domain also involves making sure a child feels safe and nurtured. Manners and using kind words are also parts of this domain.
Self Help/ Life Skills
Activities in this domain include learning to individually dress, feed, use the toilet, brush teeth, bathe, tie shoe laces, etc. Everything that a child needs to know to be confident and independent are included in this domain.
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