In the first few years of a child’s life, neural connections form at a rate of 700‐1000 per second through the interaction of genes and a child’s environment and experiences. These connections form the brain’s foundation for future learning and behavior.
For children, the art of coloring improves motor skills, simulates creativity, improves confidence.
Vocabulary development at an early age has an impact on a child's reading comprehension and academic success as they get older.
Child Development Theory and Career Development Theory Are Interrelated.
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