Early Learning Abilities

By: Jazmin Leon, Lizette Rios, & Honeida Leon

Signs of Intellectual Growth

  • First year of life babies develop four abilities.


Remembering Experiences- Develop ability to remember.


Making Associations- Baby Associates a parent or other receiving comfort.

Understanding Cause and effect- they develop cause and effect.
*Ex. Baby pulling on toy makes noise.


Paying Attention- It's the time that a person can concentrate on a task without getting bored.


Stimulating the Senses

The child's senses of touch and taste is routinely grabbed as the baby is being changed and fed.


  • If the baby does not grave something they are usually looking at people moving or at object being moved.


  • Babies respond to bright colors with smiles on their faces and large eyes.


  • Babies recognize family voices. Talking, reading, singing, and humming are wonderful ways to help baby recognize voice and help develop their language.


  • Touch is one of the important ways to communicate love with the babies.




Concept Development

Concept- is a general category of object and information.


Baby cause and effect