1. Cognitive Development:
Look for signs of advanced problem-solving skills, memory recall, and early understanding of higher math concepts.
2. Language Development:
Assess the ability to communicate through verbal words as well as nonverbal cues such as pointing and gesturing.
3. Motor Development:
Observe how quickly the child masters skills such as crawling and walking.
4. Social Development:
Check for signs of emotional intelligence, including the ability to recognize emotions in others and build relationships.
5. Creative Development:
Look for evidence of imagination, curiosity, and other creative aptitudes.
Watch for signs of strong self-discipline such as the ability to delay gratification and control impulses.
Note any particular interests or talents that the child may display, such as art, music, or technology.
8. Physical Development:
Track the child’s height and weight to ensure they are progressing normally.