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Destiny Number

A destiny number is a long respected and usually accurate indicator of an individual’s personality. Not only can determining a destiny number help people understand their strengths and weaknesses, it can also prove invaluable in their efforts to understand others based on their destiny number. Each number represents different traits, gifts and shortcomings.

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Compound Chaldean Number

Compound Chaldean Number is derived from the alphabets of your name. This number represents the deeper, metaphysical, hidden influences or forces behind the name. To arrive at your Compound Chaldean number, add up the letter values of your name using the chaldean conversion chart. Reduce the name to a double digit or master number.

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Single Chaldean Number

Single Chaldean Number is derived from the alphabets of your name. This number represents the physical outward appearance of a person's name. To arrive at your Single Chaldean number, add up the letter values of your name using the chaldean conversion chart . Reduce the name to a single digit or master number.

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Compound Chaldean Number

Compound Chaldean Number is derived from the alphabets of your name. This number represents the deeper, metaphysical, hidden influences or forces behind the name. To arrive at your Compound Chaldean number, add up the letter values of your name using the chaldean conversion chart. Reduce the name to a double digit or master number.

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Destiny Number

A destiny number is a long respected and usually accurate indicator of an individual’s personality. Not only can determining a destiny number help people understand their strengths and weaknesses, it can also prove invaluable in their efforts to understand others based on their destiny number.Each number represents different traits, gifts and shortcomings.

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Gross Motor Skills

Gross motor skills are the abilities usually acquired during infancy and early childhood as part of a child's motor development. As the infant grows and his central nervous system matures, the gross motor skills develop in a head to foot progression. Gross motor skills development is governed by two principles that also control physical growth. Head to toe development refers to the way the upper parts of the body develop, beginning with the head, before the lower ones. The second principle of development is trunk to extremities. Head control is gained first, followed by the shoulders, upper arms and hands. Upper body control is developed next, followed by the hips, pelvis, and legs.

Gross motor skills are tasks that utilize the gross or large muscles of the body like those in the arms, legs and core. As your baby grows into a child, it's the development of these muscles that will enable it to hold its head up, sit, crawl and eventually walk, run, jump and skip. These skills are built upon, improved and better controlled throughout early childhood, and continue in refinement throughout most of the individual's years of development into adulthood. Children should be allowed to acquire motor skills at their own paces.

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Adaptive Skills

Adaptive behaviors are everyday living skills. They involve the ability to adapt to surroundings, or a type of behavior that is used to adjust to another type of behavior or situation. Adaptive skills incorporate the area of self-help skills such as eating, drinking and dressing. These skills are learned in the process of adapting to the surroundings. Since adaptive behaviors are for the most part developmental, it is possible to describe a person's adaptive behavior as an age-equivalent score.

An average five-year-old, for example, would be expected to have adaptive behavior similar to that of other five-year-olds. Problems in developing adaptive skills can occur in children of any age. Adaptive behavior can also be assessed based on observations of the child's actual performance of a specific skill.

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Communication Skills

Babies are born with the ability to cry, which is how they communicate for a while. Babies learn the most about how to communicate by communicating with parents and watching how they communicate with others. Young babies enjoy interactions in which the adult communicates with a few words or an expression and then waits for the child to respond with a similar communication. For young babies, this interaction lays the foundation for learning conversation skills.

Children learn to imitate the exact sounds that their parents and other people make for a particular word and the clarity of their spoken words increases gradually.

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Social Skills

Babies start learning to interact with others the moment they are born, and they begin developing social skills by studying the faces around them. Most babies are fascinated by faces and, are attracted most to the people who smile at them. Babies prefer to look at happy faces, and at people who make direct eye contact with them. Even though babies are too young to play with other children, they like to watch them play.

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Child Growth Monitor

Got a newborn? He or she would most likely be walking, talking, feeding himself and expressing his or her own unique personality by this time next year hard as it may be to imagine. Each baby develops at his or her individual pace, and it's important not to compare your child with others ,your child will reach each milestone when he or she is ready. These tasks or milestones fall into four main categories.

  • Gross motor skills, such as crawling and walking
  • Fine motor skills, such as stacking blocks or colouring
  • Language skills, including speech and comprehension
  • Social interaction

Milestone Monitor helps you to track and review your child's milestones up to 3 years of age to see how he or she is growing.

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