Cyp 3.1 1.1 Sequence of Growth

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| 0-3 years | 3-7 years | 7-12 years | 12-16 years | 16-19 years | Physical Development | Fast period of development. Babies have little control over their body and movements are dependent on reflexes. 12mths have more control, crawling rolling. 2yrs-grow and develop quickly, walking, pointing, climbing and playing ball with their confidence developing along the way. Using books, pencils and crayons. | Children will be able to carry out more co-ordinated movements and will grow in confidence. They will refine skills developed so far and have more control over tasks such as cutting, writing and drawing. Become more confident in running, hopping kicking a ball and using larger equipment. | Sequence and Rate of Growth Sequence and Rate of Growth Also refining many of their skills. May start to have hobbies and interests which will need practice e.g. dance or sport. More control over finer movements. Girls particularly will show early signs of puberty around 10-11, boys usually later on. | Boys will start to grow stronger and will start to go through puberty. Girls will start to have regular periods. Growth at this stage there will be a great variety and at the end of this stage boys will often be taller than girls. | This stage the young become adults and many girls will have reached physical maturity whereas boys will continue to mature until their mid 20’s. | CommunicationAnd LanguageDevelopment | It is important for babies to be stimulated and have interest shown in them. Babies that are neglected or have little time with adults find it difficult to learn communication skills. Most try to speak around 1yr. Between 1yr-2yr usually putting words together and vocabulary will increase rapidly. 2yr-3yrwill start to use negatives and plurals but will still make errors. | Children will become more social and will start to use an increasing number of phrases and

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