Child Development

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Child Development
Is A Child Increasing The Acquisition Of Skills/Knowledge
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Social Development
Is How Children Develop Friendships/Relationships,Co-Operate,Share,TakeTurns And Interact With Others. Also How They Show Awareness Of Role Models
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Emotional Development
Is How Children Develop Feelings And Express Their Emotions Through Behaviour. It Is Also How They Develop Self-Concept And Self-Esteem
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Cognitive Development
Is Children Being Able To Increase Their Knowledge And Understanding Of Their Environment. As Well As Developing Thought Processes, Perception, Memory, Imagination And Problem Solving
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Fine Motor Development
Is The Movement Of Hands/Fingers As Well As Developing Hand-Eye Coordination
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Gross Motor Development
Is The Large Movements Of Limbs. It Is Also Developing Locomotion, Balance And Co-Ordination
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Communication And Language
Is The Way Children Communicate And Develop Speech Including Reading And Writing
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Factors That Influence Growth
Hormones, Heredity, Nutrition, Sleep, Illness And Emotional Influences
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What Are Norms/Milestones?
Using Norms/Milestones Helps To Understand Patterns Of A Childs Development.
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Explain Holistic Development
A Childs Development Should Be Viewed Holistically As Children Acquire Skills At Different Varying Rates In Development
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Three Measurements Taken When Monitoring A Child's Growth
Height, Weight And Head Circumference
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What Are The Reflexes Of A New Born Baby
Sucking Reflex, Rooting Reflex, Startling Reflex, Grasping Reflex
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Gross Motor Development For A 3 Month Old
Able To Lift Up Head And Chest When On Their Stomachs And Bring Hands Together Over Body
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Gross Motor Development For A 6 Month Old
Can Roll Over From Back To Front
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Gross Motor Development For A 9 Month Old
Can Sit Unsupported And Is Usually Mobile By Crawling Or Rolling, May Pull Up To Stand Up Alone And Walk By Holding Onto Furniture
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Gross Motor Development For A 1 Year Old
Pulls Up To Stand, Stands Alone And Walks Holding Onto Furniture
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Fine Motor Development For A Newborn
No Co-Ordinated Movement But Will Grasp Things As A Reflex Action
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Fine Motor Development For A 3 Month Old
Can Watch Their Hands And Hold A Rattle For A Moment
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Fine Motor Development For A 6 Month Old
Can Reach For A Toy And Move A Toy From One Hand To The Other
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Fine Motor Development For A 9 Month Old
Can Use A Pincer Grasp To Grasp Objects And Can Deliberately Release Objects By Dropping Them
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Fine Motor Development For A 1 Year Old
Can Use Pincer Grasp To Pick Up Small Objects, Points Using Index Finger
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Cognitive Development For A 1 Month Old
Freezes If Hears A Sound Played Softly
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Cognitive Development For A 3 Month Old
Can Recognise Familiar Routines, Alert And Follows Movement With Eyes If Objects Are Close
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Cognitive Development For A 6 Month Old
Can Explore Objects By Putting In Mouth And Recognises Voices
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Cognitive Develpment For A 9 Month Old
Can Look For Dropped Objects And Objects That They See Being Hidden
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Cognitive Development For A 1 Year Old
Enjoys Throwing Toys To The Ground And Watching Their Descent, Learns By Trying Things Out And Repeating If Successful This Approach To Learning Is Called Trial And Error
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Communication And Language Development For A 1 Month Old
Can Turn Head To Adult Voice, At 6 Weeks Begin To Coo
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Communication And Language Development For A 3 Month Old
Smiles When Hears A Familiar Voice
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Communication And Language Development For A 6 Month Old
Makes Short Babbling Sounds Such As Da And Ba
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Communication And Language Development For A 9 Month Old
Understands No And Vocalises In Long Strings Of Babbling
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Communication And Language Development For A 1 Year Old
Knows Own Name And Understands Simple Instructions
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Emotional And Social Development For A 1 Month Old
Can Focus On Human Faces With Intrest And At 6 Weeks Can Smile
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Emotional And Social Development For A 3 Month Old
Enjoys Being Held And Forms Indiscriminate Attachments
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Emotional And Social Development For A 8 Month Old
Can Form Specific Attachments And Show Wariness Of Strangers
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Emotional And Social Development For A 8+ Month Old
Develops Specific Attachments, Imitates Actions Of Others And Experiences Separation Anxiety From Primary Carer
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Gross Motor Development For A 15 Month Old
Can Crawl Upstairs And May Walk Hesitantly
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Gross Motor Development For A 18 Month Old
Can Walk Unaided, Can Walk Upstairs With Help And Can Squat To Pick Up Toys
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Gross Motor Development For A 2 Year Old
Can Run, Climb Onto Furniture And Use Sit And Ride Toys
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Gross Motor Development For A 2 And A Half Year Old
Can Kick A Large Ball And Can Jump With Two Feet Together From A Low Step
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Gross Motor Development For A 3 Year Old
Able To Run Forwards And Backwards, Steer And Pedal A Tricycle, Walk Upstairs With Alternate Feet And Throw A Large Ball
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Fine Motor Development For A 15 Month Old
Pincer Grasp Is Precise, And Uses Palmar Grasp To Hold Crayons
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Fine Motor Development For A 18 Month Old
Can Build A Tower With Three Bricks, Can Feed Self With A Spoon And Scribble Using A Crayon In Palmar Grasp
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Fine Motor Development For A 2 Year Old
Can Draw Dots And Circles, Can Put On Shoes And Fasten With Velcro But Not Buckles And Laces
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Fine Motor Development For A 2 And A Half Year Old
Starts To Show A Hand Preference, Can Pull Down Items Of Clothing And Starting To Develop Tripod Grasp
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Fine Motor Development For A 3 Year Old
Can Use Tripod Grasp, Draw A Circle And Hand Preference Is Established For Most Tasks
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Cognitive Development For A 15 Month Old
Explores Objects By Sight And Sound
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Cognitive Development For A 18 Month Old
Very Curious To Explore Environment And Remembers Where Things Belong
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Cognitive Development For A 2 Year Old
Recongises Self In Mirror And Can Remember Past Experiences
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Cognitive Development For A 2 And A Half Year Old
Recognises Self In Photographs And With Help Can Complete Simple Puzzles
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Cognitive Development For A 3 Year Old
Understands The Difference Between Past And Present And Can Complete Simple Puzzles
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Communication And Language Development For A 15 Month Old
Communicates By Pointing And Vocalising And Has Up To Six Words
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Communication And Language Development For A 18 Month Old
Has Around 15 Words, Able To Communicate Wishes And Understands Simple Requests
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Communication And Language Development For A 2 Year Old
Has Up To 50 Words, Able To Join Words And Enjoys Looking At Books
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Communication And Language Development For A 2 And A Half Year Old
Has Around 200 Words, Starting To Use Simple Sentences, Asks Questions, And Uses Personal Pronouns, Plurals And Negatives
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Communication And Language Development For A 3 Year Old
Speech Is Clear To Anyone Unfamiliar With Child And Enjoys Books And Turns Pages
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Emotional And Social Development For A 18 Month Old
Emotionally Dependent On Adults And Key Persons, Plays Alone But Enjoys Being Near Adults And Siblings, Insistent On Immediate Attention To Needs And Can Copy Adult Actions
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Emotional And Social Development For A 2 Year Old
Unable To Wait For Needs To Be Met, May Be Distracted From Tantrums And Plays In Parallel With Other Children But Unable To Share Toys
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Emotional And Social Development For A 2 And A Half Year Old
Plays Alongside Other Children And Engages In Onlooker Play, Very Dependent On Adults And Jealous Of Other Children Gaining Attention, Responds Well To Adult Attention And Praise And Has Tantrums When Frustrated
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Emotional And Social Development For A 3 Year Old
Finds It Easier To Wait, Starting To Take Turns And Share, Enjoys Being With Other Children And Will Comfort Another Child
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Gross Motor Development For A 3-4 Year Old
Can Hop On One Foot, Walk Along A Line, Aim And Throw A Ball And Kick It With Force And Ride A Tricycle Using Pedals
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Gross Motor Development For A 4-5 Year Old
Can Run Avoiding Obstacles, Skip With A Rope And Throw A Large Ball To Partner And Catch It
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Fine Motor Development For A 3-4 Year Old
Can Button And Unbutton Clothes, Use Scissors To Cut Out Simple Shapes, Draw A Person With A Head, Trunk And Legs. Eat With A Knife And Fork And Thread Beads To Make A Necklace
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Fine Motor Development For A 4-5 Year Old
Can Form Letters, Write Own Name And Colour In Pictures
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Cognitive Development For A 3-4 Year Old
Can Recognise And Name Primary Colours, Understand What Is Meant By More, Can Tell Whether An Object Is Heavy Or Light, Arranges Objects Into Categories And Makes A Connection Between People And Events
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Cognitive Development For A 4-5 Year Old
Can Count Accurately Up To 10, Can Add Two Sets Of Objects Together, Can Match Equal Sets, Understands The Need For Rules And Names The Time Of Day Associated With Activities
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Communication And Language Development For A 3-4 Year Old
Speech Can Be Easily Understood, Although Some Words May Be Incorrect, Uses Questions And By Four Years Language Is Fluent With Some Speech Immaturities
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Communication And Language Development For A 4-5 Year Old
Can Count Accurately Up To 10, Uses Complex Sentences With Words Such As Because, Can Talk About What Has Happened And What Might Happen And Will Use Language To Argue And Answer Back
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Emotional And Social Development For A 3-4 Year Old
Can Cope With Separation From Primary Carer With Someone They Know, Is Beginning To Play Cooperatively And Show Clear Friendship Preferences And Plays With Others
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Emotional And Social Development For A 4-5 Year Old
Can Work Out What Other People May Be Thinking Which Helps Them To Negotiate With Others, Able To Understand The Need For Rules, Develops Close Friendships, Behaviour Mostly Cooperative And Separates More Easily From Parents
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Gross Motor Development For A 5-8 Year Old
Can Hop, Skip And Jump Confidently, Can Swerve And Dodge When Running, Balance On A Bike, Ride A Bicycle And Use Roller Skates, Coordination Is More Proficient, Allowing For Tasks That Require Coordinated Movements
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Fine Motor Development For A 6 Year Old
Able To Thread A Large-Eyed Needle And Sew Large Stitches, Has A Good Control Over Pencils And Paintbrushes Allowing For More Detailed Drawings And Clear Handwriting
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Fine Motor Development For A 5-8 Year Old
Can Tie And Untie Shoelaces And Accurately Cut Out Shapes
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Cognitive Development For A 7 Year Old
Can Conserve Quantities And Numbers, Complete A Simple Maze, Is Starting To Tell The Time And Understands The Need For And Uses Rules
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Cognitive Development For A 5-8 Year Old
Can Recognise Numerals Up To 100, Do Simple Calculations And Shows Simple Reasoning And Be Reasoned With
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Communication And Language Development For A 5-8 Year Old
Uses Language To Reason And Explain Ideas, Understands And Enjoys Jokes And Riddles, Uses Complex Sentences And Asks 5 W Questions
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Communication And Language Development For A 7 Year Old
Has Mastered The Basics Of Reading And Writing
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Emotional And Social Development For A 5-6 Year Old
Starts To Compare Self With Others And Becomes More Aware Of The Feelings And Needs Of Others And Confidence In Self May Be Shaken By Failure
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Emotional And Social Development For A 5-7 Year Old
Has Strong Friendships Often Of The Same Gender, Can Understand That Others Have Different Viewpoints Than Them, Can Read Facial Expressions Of Others Accurately And Recognise What Others Might Be Feeling
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