Will focus on familiar voices. They are egocentric. Explores by putting things in mouth | Will turn towards sounds. Crying is main form of communication and letting others know they want something, its up to you to find out what! Will make other noises (burbling, gurgling) and stop to listen while you talk to them.
Crying with different tones and intensities communicates a need or unhappiness. • Begins to make vowel sounds. They cannot make sense of language yet but can understand tone, volume and pitch in familiar voices. • Recognise voices and noises that they commonly heard when in the womb. • They start to gain control of their speech muscles and a grasp of auditory feedback which begins to familiarize them with the basic sounds of language.
Assignment 023 Understand Child and Young Person Development A1. Below is a table that shows the sequence and rate of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years. Physical development | Intellectual and cognitive development | Communication development | Social, emotional and behavioural development | Moral development | 0 – 3 months Baby begins life in reflex mode. Reflex actions such as suckling, rooting enable baby’s survival. | Baby may recognise smell and sound of mother, baby stops crying when it hears a familiar voice.
The stages and sequences of holistic development from birth to 19 Physical Development | Gross motor skills | Fine motor skills | The baby lies supine on his or her back). | The baby turns his or head towards the light and stares at bright or shiny objects. | When placed on his or her front (Prone) the baby lies with his or head to one side and by one month can lift the head. | The baby is fascinated my human faces and gazes attentively at carer’s face when fed or held. | If the baby is pulled into a sitting position, the head will lag the back curves over and the head falls forward.
* Recognises familiar faces from a distance after a while and gets used to familiar objects. * Babies smile at the sound of the primary caregiver’s voice. * Tries to imitate sounds back to you. * Babies will get used to turning their head towards the direction of sound. Social, Emotional and Behavioural Development: * Babies will eventually start to develop a social smile when around others.
Social and Emotional Development Babies begin to recognize faces while smiling and attaching to parents. They begin to express fear of strangers and seek comfort and reassurance from parents or carers. They feel secure when cuddled and enjoy playing simple games like peek-a-boo. Intellectual Development They learn about things through feeling with their hands and mouth. They recognize their parents while smiling, squealing and gurgling at them.
Between four to eight weeks the baby begins to turn from their side to back and can lift their head briefly from the lying on their tummy. Their arm and leg movements are jerky and uncontrolled and their head will lag if pulled to a sitting position. They will recognise their carer and familiar objects and will coo and gurgle. Their cry becomes more expressive depending on whether they are tired, hungry or need changing and usually stops crying when they see or hear a familiar voice. From eight to twelve weeks a baby will lift their head and chest when lying on their tummy and there is almost no head lag when in a sitting position.
Unit 201: Child and young person development Worksheet 1: Child development | |Physical development |Communication and intellectual |Social, emotional and behavioural |Assessment criteria | | | |development |development | | |Birth to 3 |A baby holds up it's head, rolls over and starts to |The baby/child recognises its parent's voices, the |The baby can get clingy to their peers, | | |years |shuffle to move along, sitting unsupported, everything|different tones have an impact on how they develop. |feeling safe around people they trust they | | | |is new to them and they will be interested in new |They learn to babble and listen to the way the parent |smile and laugh around familiar people. They | | | |textures and sounds, pulling on toys, picking up small|communicates with them, watching the expression on |may get anxious and cry if they don't | | | |objects, putting anything in to their mouth… toys, |their faces and taking in the different sounds. The |recognise anyone, may get jealous if they are| | | |fingers even toes. Learning to grasp and eventually |baby will learn to speak from its peers, and it is |not getting any attention as they get older, | | | |feeding themselves.
Sitting has progressed to unaided and they are rolling from their front to their back. They are beginning to be inquisitive with objects, passing them between hands, handling them in different ways and looking for things that are hiding. Their hand to eye co-ordination improves as items are passed from hand to hand. Their
We always perceive infants get angry through their voices, facial expression and action. For instance, when infants screaming, crying or kicking, then we might guess that they are angry that they are not meeting their goals. Conversely, can infants identify others’ anger through voices, facial expressions and actions? For instance, a mother uses loud and strong tones to talk to her baby in certain situations and the baby responses the mother with crying. Moreover, if infants can really express and recognize anger from others, then how would they express themselves to