By Celina Marsh. Alphabet. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 00:33:43 AM.
Developing Fine Motor Skills - When a child is coloring it is often not thought of as a lesson that builds any skills. However, coloring is a great activity to help children develop their fine motor skills. Proper development of their fine motor skills will help children later when learning things like writing, dressing and being able to feed themselves. Oftentimes coloring is the first experience in learning how to grasp a writing instrument. A child learning how to color within the lines of a coloring sheet teaches hand-eye coordination and focus that will help benefit them as they are developing their writing skills. When children are able to color within the lines it is often an important milestone.
The Baby sign language was initially developed in the United States of America. It was developed by Linda Acredolo, a professor of psychology at the University of California which is in Davis and by Susan Goodwyn who is also a professor emeritus of psychology at the California State University. They had started research on this subject in the year 1982.In the year 1985 they produced an article in Human development. The article was titled \"Symbolic gesturing in language development: A case study.\"
Speech develops in a toddler only one the co ordination of the lips, breath, tongue and the vocal cords improve. Hence to make communication easy for them the baby sign language was invented which is widely used now. It is seen that babies often find it difficult to communicate and might end up in him. her throwing tantrums that could have been avoided if the child had known the Baby sign language.
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