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The most important milestones in the development of your child

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Baby Talk: Building Your Baby’s Vocabulary
Language building is a crucial part in empowering your little one as it helps them improve their socialization, reading and learning capabilities. It makes them more able to engage with their parents, caregivers and their teachers giving them more opportunities and avenues to learn from their environment and from formal classroom instruction.
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Your Baby’s Communication Milestones
Communication skills grow by leaps and bounds across the first few years of life. Understanding your little one’s self-expression can be really helpful in actively responding to their needs. Learn about these milestones as your baby learns to socialise, interact, use gestures and understand words. Do take note that every baby is unique and will reach milestones at his own pace.
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Supporting Your Baby’s Emotional Intelligence
Between 6 to 12 months your baby may start to express discomfort or display emotions such as anger and fear. During this time, they will look to you for security especially in times of uncertainty. That's why it is critical during this period to establish a strong bond with your little one and build a safe, secure and positive environment so that he can grow healthily.
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Baby Visual Milestones
Eyesight is important to your baby’s ability to coordinate full-body movements such as standing and walking. Knowing the milestones of your baby's visual development, and what you can do to help it along, can ensure your little one is seeing properly and enjoying his world to the fullest.
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Milestones in a child's development
The development of your child varies individually. Nevertheless, the milestones in the 2nd and 3rd year in life will provide the interesting clues to the development of your child. Your child will begin to learn on how to walk, speak and to understand when it is about 12 months old. It will begin to discover the world with the steps it makes now as individual children learns to progress at its own pace
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