Cognitive Development

Cognitive Development

Mental, Emotional,
Intellectual & Thoughts

Powered with essentials
necessary for brain function

Cognitive Development

BEHAVIOR

Toddlers are always trying to be more independent. When toddlers try out activities they haven't yet mastered, they:

  • Get frustrated and angry.
  • Hold breath.
  • Cry.
  • Scream.
  • Temper tantrums may often occur.

Cognitive Development
Cognitive development can be referred to as the development of an individual’s thoughts and intelligence. A child’s cognitive development during early childhood, includes building skills such as pre-reading, language, vocabulary, and numeracy. It begins from the moment a child is born.

Cognitive abilities, associated with memory, reasoning, problem-solving and thinking, continue to emerge throughout childhood.
LANGUAGE OR SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
  • Uses 2 - 3 words (other than Mama or Dada) at 12 - 15 months.
  • Understands and follows simple commands (such as "bring to Mommy") at 14 - 16 months.
  • Names pictures of items and animals at 18 - 24 months.
  • Points to named body parts at 18 - 24 months.
  • Begins to say his or her own name at 22 - 24 months.
  • Combines 2 words at 16 to 24 months.
  • Knows gender by 36 months.

SOCIAL OR RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT
  • Develops new relationships, imitates others, learns about family’s cultural customs.
  • Indicates some needs by pointing at 12 - 15 months.
  • Looks for help when in trouble by 18 months.
  • Helps to undress and put things away by 18 - 24 months.
  • Listens to stories when shown pictures and can tell about recent experiences by 24 months.
  • Can take part in simple games by 24 - 36 months.

Fortified with DHA, Linoleic Acid, Alpha-Linolenic Acid, Iron and Taurine, BF-3 enables the child to acquire a sense of independence and strengthens their cognitive (Mental, Emotional, Intellectual & Thoughts) skills.

Cognitive Development

Cognitive Development

Mental, Emotional,
Intellectual & Thoughts

Powered with essentials necessary for brain function

Cognitive Development
Cognitive development can be referred to as the development of an individual’s thoughts and intelligence. A child’s cognitive development during early childhood, includes building skills such as pre-reading, language, vocabulary, and numeracy, it begins from the moment a child is born. Cognitive abilities associated with memory, reasoning, problem-solving and thinking continue to emerge throughout childhood.
LANGUAGE OR SPEECH DEVELOPMENT
  • Uses 2 - 3 words (other than Mama or Dada) at 12-15 months.
  • Understands and follows simple commands (such as "bring to Mommy") at 14-16 months.
  • Names pictures of items and animals at 18-24 months.
  • Points to named body parts at 18-24 months.
  • Begins to say his or her own name at 22-24 months.
  • Combines 2 words at 16 to 24 months.
  • Knows gender by 36 months.
Cognitive Development
BEHAVIOR
Toddlers are always trying to be more independent. When toddlers try out activities they haven't yet mastered, they:

  • Get frustrated and angry.
  • Hold breath.
  • Cry.
  • Scream.
  • Temper tantrums may often occur.
SOCIAL OR RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT
  • Develops new relationships, imitates others, learns about family’s cultural customs.
  • Indicates some needs by pointing at 12-15 months.
  • Looks for help when in trouble by 18 months.
  • Helps to undress and put things away by 18-24 months.
  • Listens to stories when shown pictures and can tell about recent experiences by 24 months.
  • Can take part in simple games by 24-36 months.
Cognitive Development
Fortified with DHA, Linoleic Acid, Alpha-Linolenic Acid, Iron and Taurine, BF-3 enables the child to acquire a sense of independence and strengthens their cognitive (Mental, Emotional, Intellectual & Thoughts) skills.