Views:1 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2019-09-12 Origin:Site
"Turning at three-month-old, sitting at six-month-old, getting teeth at-seven-old, climbing at eight-month-old", generally the child will climb in eight months. Climbing is almost a sport that all children like very much when they are young. Many parents are often prevented from climbing because it is dangerous. In fact, climbing is conducive to children's physical and mental growth, mainly in the following aspects:
During the climbing process, the distance and height are constantly changing. Every time you climb to a new height, it will bring a new feeling and body face to the child's vision, which will help them to cultivate the concept of space. At the same time, it can also enable children to observe the environment from a new perspective, which is conducive to their exploration of the environment and fully satisfy their curiosity.
When climbing, children need to mobilize all parts of the body to coordinate operation. It requires the cooperation of hands, feet, eyes and various parts of the body, which is conducive to the physical coordination ability of exercise, making them more flexible and more agile, and promoting physical development. There are great benefits.
It is very interesting and challenging for children to climb frame. They will practice repeatedly. Repeated attempts will allow children to accumulate experience, improve their skills, and slowly become more brave and confident because of their proficiency. This will help them develop their courage and confidence in overcoming difficulties and making progress.
Climbing has many benefits for the child's growth and development, but now parents often ban children from doing this exercise because they are afraid that their child will be injured while climbing, thus inhibiting children's enthusiasm for environmental exploration and the desire to learn new things. The growth of children is very unfavorable.
Children who lack climbing training have poor physical coordination skills. When playing with other small partners, they feel that their skills are not as good as others, resulting in a feeling of inferiority. Therefore, parents should not restrain the child's nature; let the child have a vital contact with all things of interest.