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    Top international school choice for ambitious Vietnamese families


  • Committed Primary and Secondary School Students

    BVIS graduates are accepted at the best universities and colleges worldwide


  • Fully Qualified & Internationally Experienced Teachers

    All BVIS teachers are fully qualified and have verified relevant teaching experience


  • Unique International Curriculum in English & Vietnamese

    The only bilingual school in Vietnam with an international curriculum

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    Western and Vietnamese staff offering school tours, advice and tests


  • A Vibrant & Eventful International School

    BVIS offers a vibrant international environment that respects Vietnamese culture


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Development of Babies and Toddlers - From new born to 3 months

09 November 2016

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Newborn babies come into the world ready and eager to learn. They are geared to move, to find out about the strange new world and to communicate with those around them. Although not yet able to speak words and having what appears little control over arms and legs, your baby is all the time trying to understand what his or her body can do and making sense of everything that is going on. Development is very rapid in these first few months. This baby is an active explorer.


Well-developed children of this age should display the following:
• Recognising their parents' voices and facial expressions
• Knowing enough about cause and effect to realise that crying gets parents to take action
• Maintaining regular eye contact and cr ying in a number of different ways to express different needs
• Expressing their feelings via body language, tone of voice, and facial expressions.


Parents can build a positive relationship and bond with their children by:
• Speaking to them gently
• Using their name often
• Playing music to them
• Singing to them
• Holding them as much as possible
• Copying their gestures
• Rocking them gently
• Feeding them


To create a positive, stimulating, and safe environment for your child:
• Give your baby a chance to nap frequently
• Teach your baby the difference between day and night
• Keep the house and their room light and bright when they are alert
• Slowing down the noise when they get asleep or just wake up