Ensure Your Baby Is Growing Up In A Stimulating And Nurturing Environment
Creating an environment that is conducive to your child’s optimal growth and development can sometimes turn out to be a more challenging task than it can initially appear to be, as it must account for both the activities that your child must learn and do while also accommodating for her needs and creating an environment that she feels comfortable in to learn and practice.
Here are some ways in which you can do the same:
1. The area that is earmarked for your little one’s activities should be considerably large and expansive, allowing for your little one to run around and have fun, rather than being cramped in a small room and being compelled into learning things. Having a bright colored décor with pictures and paintings of your child’s favorite cartoon character or story character is a great way to make her feel comfortable and conducive to learn new things every day!
2. Make sure that the area in which your little one will be frolicking around and playing in, is constructed and furnished in a child-safe manner, with appropriate safety equipment being set up, lead-free and non-toxic paint on the walls, padded corners, shelves, tables and so on. These precautions are to avoid your little one getting hurt when she is playing, therefore reducing your worry while letting your child enjoy her play-time
3. Having the right mindset when approaching your child’s successes and failure is the cornerstone for the shaping of your child’s temperament when dealing with failures in life. It is always better to look at your little one’s failures in the best possibly positive way, allowing your child to see that there are things to learn even in failure and will allow him to not be permanently scarred by any achievement or failure to do so.
4. Know that these things work on a trial and error basis, as you can not really know if your little one will like some things or certain people or types of behavior. Your child is hyper acute, hence she will be sensitive to a lot of things and thus, be gentle and patient in understanding how your child thinks and works and learn to cooperate with her.