Intellectual development

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  • Intellectual development
    • Infancy
      • 0-4 weeks
        • Babies receive information from their sense- touch, hearing, taste, smell and sight
        • Will imitate facial expressions
      • 4-16 weeks
        • Recognise different speech sounds
        • By 3 months they can imitate low-or high-pitched sounds
      • 4-5 months
        • Can reach objects-
        • Can judge distance
        • Knows the difference between 2D and 3D objects
      • 5-6 months
        • Recognise familiar objects
        • Can co-ordinate movements such as reaching or grasping
        • Develop favourite tastes in food
      • 6-9 months
        • Understands signs
        • Understands  that objects are permanent
      • 9 months- 1 year
        • Memory develops
        • Can anticipate the future- can understand daily routines
        • Can imitatae events after they have finished
    • Childhood
      • 1-4 years
        • Talking develops
        • Pretend play devlops
        • Can take part in simple games
        • Learn to draw and make models
        • May start to enjoy music
        • Find it difficult to see things from another's point of view
      • 4-7 years
        • Language is well established
        • Reading and writing develop
        • Concepts of measurement develop
        • An understanding of number develops
        • Can  help younger children play
        • Start to develop  an understanding of  'right' and 'wrong'
      • 9 years onwards
        • Develop an understanding of abstract concepts such as  justice and good versus evil
    • puberty/ adolescence + adulthood
      • Thinking about possibilities
      • Thinking ahead
      • Thinking about thought
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