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Welcome To Our Infants Program

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Social-Emotional Development: Young children's social/emotional development involves the way they feel about themselves, their understanding of feelings, their ability to regulate emotions and express them appropriately, and their capacity for building relationships with others.

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Physical Development: Physical development refers to gradually gaining control over large and small muscles. Gross motor (or large motor) skills allow a child to do such things as roll over, sit, crawl, walk, run, and throw a ball. Fine motor (or small muscle) skills such as holding, pinching, and flexing fingers, eventually enable children to do such things as draw, write, eat with utensils, and cut with scissors. 

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Cognitive Development: Cognitive development involves the way  children think, develop understandings about the world, and use what they learn to reason and solve problems.

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Language Development: Language development is one of children's major accomplishments during the first three years of life. They progress from communicating through facial expressions, gestures, body movements, and crying to communicating through verbal or sign language. They can acquire a vocabulary of thousands of words and learn the rules for using them by being around and interacting with adults who communicate with them, encourage their efforts to communicate, and guide their exploration and learning.

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