Observing a child is the basis of understanding their needs and behaviours. During the first six months, a child has limited means of self-expression because he can't speak yet. However, this doesn't mean he can't communicate. Children have dozens of signals and patterns parents can recognize whether in their gestures or facial expressions. Understanding what a child needs can be a helpful way to assist their development. Usually, the parent is aware of basic needs such as food, using the toilet and sleeping. But a child also wishes to be a part of the family, not just someone to take care of. By learning the indicators of your child's wishes to participate, you can help your child adapt to society and world at large.
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