13th Month Set
Babies usually begin to distinguish between the people they know and those they do not know from the age of 6 months. The people closest to them are very important. The child develops a sense of trust towards these people who take care of their needs and wants. As the child grows, its circle of people he knows expands. Other family members who spend time with him and share feelings with him begin to gain meaning and importance. The theme of the 13th EarlyLearny development set is devoted to family members with whom your child feels safe. Family members and love of family are presented in a way that includes all stages of development.
Each EarlyLearny development set uses a different theme that is prepared according to the developmental ability and perception level of babies and children. The activities and lesson plans within the activity books are structured using these themes.
Every set contains a book that corresponds to the month of your child.
Each book is filled with a month of fun activities that promote your child’s motor, social-emotional, linguistic and mental development.
Motor Development: Your child will develop movement and hand-eye coordination skills.
Mental Development: Your child will develop the skills that will form the building blocks of learning over the coming years, such as memory, perception, attention and concentration.
Lingusitic Development: Your child will develop communication skills, and begin to understand you.
Social-Emotional Development: Your child will develop an awareness of their feelings, managing unhappy feelings, gaining self-confidence and the ability to solve problems in social situations.
In each set there are also necessary toys/equipment that are needed to make the activities, other mobile activities, and children books for you to be able to read with your child.
Doing the activities continuously each month:
- helps children to bond with the participating parent,
- helps children and parents to have fun,
- increases self-confidence and communication,
- increases attention, perception and concentration,
- increases interest and appreciation for books,
- and prepares them for life.