Baby explores relationship with the world by throwing bowls and plates
◆6-8 months, the baby begins to throw things;
◆At 10 months, everything that can be caught will be thrown out consciously by the baby;
◆At the age of 2 to 3, throwing things has become a fun game for babies.
When a baby is just born, he thinks that the world and himself are one. When he moves, he thinks that the world is also moving. As he grows up day by day, he will gradually discover that the surrounding objects are independent of him, but he still can't tell whether it is he who is moving or the world is moving, so he starts to explore the world by throwing things.
The baby explores the space by throwing and moving objects, or taking out the inside and stuffing the outside, and perceives the relationship between him and the object space.
This is the initial process of children's cognitive space, and it is also a stage of baby's mental development.
When the baby throws bowls and plates around during the meal, parents should control themselves, don't lose their temper, let alone scold the baby loudly. You know, baby throwing things is an inevitable stage of growth and development.
In order to prevent babies from being hurt when they throw bowls and spoons, parents should find some self-feeding utensils that can be thrown, such as silicone feeding utensils such as silicone bowls and silicone plates. In this way, the baby can not only maximize his imagination and technology, but also promote the intimate relationship between the baby and parents.
In addition, silicone suction cup bowl comes with a strong suction cup, can be silicone baby bowl adsorbed on the table, the baby basically can not pull up, which can also effectively prevent the baby love to throw the bowl bad habits.
Why train children?
The reason why the civilization of human society can progress is inseparable from the establishment and transmission of social norms. As long as a person lives among a group of people, he must abide by a series of social norms, and his behavior must conform to the moral standards of the society. When a baby is born in a family, he needs to learn to obey the teachings of his parents, so that his behavior conforms to the norms and standards of the small society of the family.
Every child will try to resist the demands of their parents in the process of growing up, and will seek a gap between their parents and grandparents in order to achieve their own goals. If parents compromise when the baby is crying and follow the baby's will, it will encourage the child to be self-centered and make the child develop the habit of threatening the parents by crying.
There are many things you can teach your child at a very young age, for example, you can prevent the baby from hitting the mother with the bottle, from scratching the mother's hair, from pulling the father's beard, etc. Babies are being trained in obedience the moment you say "no." Do you want to wait until adolescence to pick on your child, nagging him to listen to you, threatening him or keeping things out of his reach? Don't parents think it's more effective to start disciplining children at an early age? There is no doubt that the younger the child, the more effective the training.
Of course, we all know that raising a baby is hard work, and mothers also hope that their children will be obedient and obedient, and that they can have some quiet time to rest.
Although the training carried out when the baby is still young sometimes has to go through several repetitions, once the baby is willing to obey the parents, there is usually no need to repeat the training again, because the baby at this stage struggles less and the self-centered behavior habits have not been acquired. strengthen. It's like a baby understands that there is a line in front of him, behind which he enjoys full freedom and happiness, and crossing this line will bring him pain, and crossing this line is exactly what he needs to work hard to avoid. Case.
When the baby often likes to throw away the bowl, the mother can try to train the baby.
The mother holds a rice bowl full of food in one hand, and feeds the baby with a spoon in the other hand. In order to prevent the baby from grabbing the rice bowl, the mother usually puts the bowl out of the baby's reach, and this is exactly the way to train the baby. When the time comes, we can put the bowl where the baby can easily get it. When the baby is going to grab the rice bowl, the mother will say "no" and hit the baby's little hand at the same time, the baby will retract the little hand, be alert, and then go to grab it, and the mother will repeat "no" peacefully, and hit the baby again Little hands. Repeat this several times, the baby will no longer grab the rice bowl, and then he can eat well.
Repeating the beater and saying "no" at the same time trains your baby to behave correctly. Remember, spanking isn't punishing your baby, it's opening him up to feeling swapped. For babies, hitting is a reinforcement for training obedience.
The book Infants and Their Caregivers puts it this way: We often see toddlers loitering, carrying objects, and throwing objects, all of which are gross motor skills. Rather than viewing these behaviors as a sign of toddler "playfulness," caregivers should make them part of the curriculum. Some care programs have toys for toddlers to throw and play with...In the early toddler years, this kind of frequent activity is part of gross motor development during this period, so make sure the indoor and outdoor environments are meet the child's needs.
We need to realize that the play of infants and young children does not happen randomly or randomly, but in a methodical, systematic, and logical way to collect information through perception and movement in the interaction with others, materials, and the environment...