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Infancy Life Stage
0-3
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Childhood Life Stage
4-10
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Adolescence Life Stage
11-18
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Adulthood Life Stage
19-65
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Later Adulthood Life Stage
65+
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Gross Motor Skills
Use of large muscles for example: legs
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Fine Motor Skills
Use of small muscles for example: fingers and hands
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Definition of Growth
Increase of height and mass
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Definition of Development
Increase of skills and abilities
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Definition of a Centile Chart
A chart which meaures and compares the height and mass of children to the average
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3 Examples of Physical Development in Infancy
Hold a toy, turn pages of a book and palmar grasp
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2 Examples of Physical Factors and how if affects your development
Healthy Diet- P-fit I- More focused E- High Self-Esteem S-Confident to make friends. Illness- P- Tired I- Affect Memory E- Low Self Esteem S- Unable to socialise.
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How Economic Factors affect you Physically
Unable to afford good clothing/heat in home- lead to illness/hypothermia if get a low income. If get high income able to afford clothes and heat- reduce risk of illness/hypothermia
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How Economic Factors affect you Intellectually
If low income, unable to affod educational equipment/toys/books/children unable to learn new words. If high income children less risk of this.
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How Economic Factors affect you Emotionally
Low income- lower self esteem/feel embarrassed. High income- High self esteem/confident/proud.
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How Economic Factors affect you Socially
Low Income may mean bad housing/bad area/neighbours more likely to be more difsrespectful. High income may mean better housing/good area/friendly neighbours.
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How Environmental Factors affect you Physically
Living in an urban area- access to gyms/more pollution. Rural Area- access to clean air. Poor housing- bad health. Good Housing- reduce risk of illness. Pollution- cause asthma
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How Environmental Factors affect you Intellectually
Rural Area- Stimulate brain/isolated from schools. Urban Area- more vacancies/schools. Poor housing- unable to stud. Good housng- more space to study. Pollution- affect learning
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How Environmental Factors affect you Emotionally
Rural Area- Feel lonely/isolated. Urban area- Proud/Happy. Poor housing- embarrassed. Good housing-Feel proud. Pollution- Depressed
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How Environmental Factors affect you Socially
Rural Area- Feel isolated/not much people. Urban Area- Socialise more. Poor Housing- sturggle to make friend. Good housing- gain friends more easier. Pollution- Unable to socialise if ill.
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Card 2

Front

4-10

Back

Childhood Life Stage

Card 3

Front

11-18

Back

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Card 4

Front

19-65

Back

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Card 5

Front

65+

Back

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