Raymond A. Nearey, III
Dr. Matthew Warren
May 26, 2013
Childhood development is something that we all go through; it starts from infancy. Infants have a natural ability to explore their surroundings this is how they learn who people are, they begin to get familiarized with their surroundings and they are such things like parents, grandparents, smells, and sounds like someone’s voice. As they begin to grow from infancy to adolescence they begin to pick up traits from parents, siblings, or even their friends. Some of these can be bad habits or they can lead to success in a child’s life. Families can affect the development of infants and adolescence, and depending on the circumstances they can be good or bad. Many young girls/boy usually look up to their older sister or older brother. Many of those children can be influences on how on many of their life choices. Relationships can be a very great tool for children, when you show children love and you teach them compassion, love, and mercy, they will typically grow up showing those same traits. They should allow their children to socialize with other children, adolescence, and adults; as infants begin to age they understand and they will question the feelings of how other children act in school, such as bullies, and love interests (a school crush.) Children would like to know the feelings and the expectations of others and as parents in order to help with their children’s development it is important that you show them and teach them with love and affection. It is very important that they understand they difference of hate and love, and that they might be only four letter words however they are very powerful words. There are many different parenting skills that can be affective and there are some that can have no impact on a child’s life. Researchers and many parenting seminars have states that parent’s should be fair, willing to compromise, and willing to trust their children....
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Richters, K. S. (2013, December). Child Temperament, Parenting Styles, and Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors as part of a Comprehensive Assessment Tool. Retrieved May 26, 2013, from http://www2.uwstout.edu/content/lib/thesis/2010/2010richtersk.pdf
Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you explore development during infancy and early childhood. Include the following:
Explain how families affect the development of infants and young children.
Evaluate different parenting styles and their influence on development during infancy and early childhood. Include which parenting style you feel is most effective and why.
Discuss early childhood education and its influence on cognitive development.
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