Nido Verde Di Reggio Emilia Early Stimulation Program for Infants
NVRE Highlights of Our Child Development Program
NVRE fosters a unique nature of the teacher–infant bond that support our infant’s social skills growth. Is incredible how our babies develop signs of acquiring generalized concepts of the social relationships in which they engage. The connection between the development of our staff and peer relations is considered. It is proposed that biological constraints on learning promote human infants’ interest in and rudimentary abilities to interact with other NVRE members . This will deepen the bond between the child and the adult but will also make the child feel safe and content, allowing his/her mind to focus on learning and growing in other areas. For our program Reggio Emilia approach promotes relationships in may opportunities of interactions with others.
The essence of stimulation to develop physical skills is crucial and necessary to foster a harmonic and healthy environment. Our staff challenged, stimulated, and create new learning experiences that expose your child physical active involvement.Indeed, we provided a select play materialfor our babies to manipulated in different ways .
Intellectual Development: NVRE provides an environment that fosters growth in language, critical thinking, exploration, concentration and sensorial skills at developmentally appropriate levels for each infant.
NVRE provides an environment that fosters growth in cognitive, receptive language, expressive language, critical thinking, exploration, concentration and sensorial skills at developmentally appropriate levels for each infant.
NVRE provides an opportunity for each infant to develop expressive and receptive language with other infants and caregivers.
The first three years of life are a period of incredible growth in all areas of a baby’s development. A newborn’s brain is about 25 percent of its approximate adult weight. But by age 3, it has grown dramatically by producing billions of cells and hundreds of trillions of connections, or synapses, between these cells. What does science tell us about why relationships matter so much? A young child’s brain is biologically hardwired to anticipate and engage with adults through warm and responsive interactions. Early on, this means back and forth interactions between the infant and caregiver .It is through such interactions with caregivers and the physical environment that synapses, or electrical pathways in the brain, are created. And as little brains continue to fire synapses, these pathways establish the brain’s architecture, the foundation for future learning. While we know that the development of a young child’s brain takes years to complete, we also know there are many things parents and caregivers can do to help children get off to a good start and establish healthy patterns for life-long learning. Nido Verde Di Reggio Emilia has created an early stimulation program that dedicates individual time to each baby. Babies are exercised in all sensory areas which helps build neuronal connections.
As science has illustrated, strong relationships are crucial for early learning and development. Therefore, for NVRE early stimulation is part of our baby’s daily routine to build focus and better attention spam as they cells of the brain are in place, but synapses or connections between neurons will continue to form. Our Early Stimulation Program is in alignment with the sensorimotor stage as Vygotsky states cognitive development stems from social interactions during guided learning within the zone of proximal development. Together children and their partner’s form social constructive knowledge and create interdependence.infant’s cognitive development is mainly focused on coordinating sensory information with motor experiences. In other words, NVRE promote social relationships to foster early stimulation, learning tends to promote healthy interactions. For Vygotsky, the environment in which children grow up will influence how they think and what they think about .Researchers now confirm that the way parents interact with their young children and the experiences they provide them have a big impact on their youngster’s emotional development, learning skills, and how they function later in life. Touching, holding, rocking, talking, listening, and reading, or just playing with a child dramatically influences the young child’s brain development.