Unit 1 Child Care revision

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    • Growth and Development
      • Growth
        • growth is responsible for a lot of things which we take for granted such as height and weight which we gain through the developoment of muscles and strcuture within the brain.
          • growth is not smooth and continuous. the rate in which children grow in terms of their height and weight which two years old are marked as a significant growth which children then groqw even more until the set into adolecence.
        • different parts of the body can grow at different rates where growth across the body but does not stimulate. different parts of the body grows at different rates which is why children's body shape chnages over time in term of neural growth and clear spurts
        • growths are vary between children, tow children from different families who are born at the same time are more likely to be different heights and weights this is because of the rate of growth varies between indvidual children who's growth is linked to a multitude factors including genetics, diet and illnesses.
    • Measuring growth
      • during children early year stages especiallt the first year the children health professional measure children growth. the height, weight and head circumference are all noted.
        • the measurements are all noted/plotted down onto a graph chart where the professional staff refer to as a centile chart.
          • There are seprerate charts for both boys and girls which reflects on the fact that boys are usually heavier and taller than girls where a health professionals will also have to take into account a childs ethnic background and some races are lighter or shorter than others.
    • There are five areas of developments
      • To look a children development in more detail it subdivided in five board areas whcih are physical, cognitive, language, emotional and social.
        • Physical development
          • physical development concerns the way a child learns children move and co-ordinate with their bodies. There are 3 skill in which children develop their physical skills and they are fine motor skills, gross motor skills and locomotive skills.
            • fine motor skills: these skill require children to handle subjects which allow children to handle objects with thier fingers and hands such as pouring water into a cup.
            • Gross motor skills are skills which require for movements of whole limbs i.e. running around using bigger muscles.
            • Locomotive skillsare skills which require the body to move, to have the ability to balance i.e. a 2 year old child may start standing up she need the ability to balance.
          • social development refers to the ability which makes relationships with other people who have many skills which children need to learn behaviours of others and understands other better.
            • To look a children development in more detail it subdivided in five board areas whcih are physical, cognitive, language, emotional and social.
              • Physical development
                • physical development concerns the way a child learns children move and co-ordinate with their bodies. There are 3 skill in which children develop their physical skills and they are fine motor skills, gross motor skills and locomotive skills.
                  • fine motor skills: these skill require children to handle subjects which allow children to handle objects with thier fingers and hands such as pouring water into a cup.
                  • Gross motor skills are skills which require for movements of whole limbs i.e. running around using bigger muscles.
                  • Locomotive skillsare skills which require the body to move, to have the ability to balance i.e. a 2 year old child may start standing up she need the ability to balance.
                • social development refers to the ability which makes relationships with other people who have many skills which children need to learn behaviours of others and understands other better.
                  • Social development
              • cognitive development
                • cognitive development sometimes refres to intellectual development. cognitive development relates to the way that children learn and to think and process informations for themselves. cognitive development also includes remebering new information and previous experiences which a child can learn to predict and make sense of their experiences and solve problems.
              • Lanuage developmetis about having the ability to talk and understand what other are saying and interpret facial expression and body guestures. writing and reading can be exphisised
                • Language development
              • Emotional development is all about how children expreience felling and learn how to express and control their feeling and also learn to control their feeling appropriately. emotional development is linked to social development as it includes development of self-esteem
                • Emotional development
            • Social development
        • cognitive development
          • cognitive development sometimes refres to intellectual development. cognitive development relates to the way that children learn and to think and process informations for themselves. cognitive development also includes remebering new information and previous experiences which a child can learn to predict and make sense of their experiences and solve problems.
        • Lanuage developmetis about having the ability to talk and understand what other are saying and interpret facial expression and body guestures. writing and reading can be exphisised
          • Language development
        • Emotional development is all about how children expreience felling and learn how to express and control their feeling and also learn to control their feeling appropriately. emotional development is linked to social development as it includes development of self-esteem
          • Emotional development
  • Measuring growth
    • during children early year stages especiallt the first year the children health professional measure children growth. the height, weight and head circumference are all noted.
      • the measurements are all noted/plotted down onto a graph chart where the professional staff refer to as a centile chart.
        • There are seprerate charts for both boys and girls which reflects on the fact that boys are usually heavier and taller than girls where a health professionals will also have to take into account a childs ethnic background and some races are lighter or shorter than others.
  • There are five areas of developments

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