Readiness for self-feeding 2/7

Readiness for self-feeding 2/7 || When children are ready to start practicing independent eating and drinking, they show it with different signals.

If your child is ready to eat independently, he/she can show it in the following way, for example:

👶🏻 Enthusiasm and enjoyment. The child is enthusiastically involved in eating. The child influences the pace of eating and expresses interest in the meal physically and socially. The child seems to enjoy the food.

💕Children who enjoy eating often show earlier interest for self-feeding.

What else could be a sign of readiness for self-feeding? Click here and learn more!

|| Readiness for self-feeding 2/7 ||

Source: book, Pre-Feeding Skills, Second edition 2000, Susanne Evans Morris PH.D, CCC-SLP & Marsha Dunn Klein M.ED, OTR/L.

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