Social, emotional and behavioural Close contact with a primary carer and the baby especially when they are feeding the baby. 1 month Physical Babies look less curled up like a ball and less startled. Congnitive A baby will stop crying when they hear their parents voices. Communication Babies coo when contented from about 5 weeks old. Social, emotional and behavioural Babies will smile in their sleep.
The baby will begin to coo and gurgle in response to interaction from carer. Bt three months the baby will recognise and link familiar sounds such as the face and voice of a carer, will try to have a conversation with the carer and imitate high and low sounds, will aslo return and give smiles. | Smiles from about 5 weeks, begins to respond to familiar sounds, engaged by peoples faces and by three months starts to discover what she/he can do and this creates a sense of self. If the primary carer leaves the room baby may cry not yet understanding that person exists and will come back. Shows feelings such as excitement and fear, reacts positively to a carer who is kind and southing if a carer does not respond to a baby, the baby may stop trying to interact.
"Baby talk" may also come into affect. COMMUNICATION AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT For newborn babies crying is a way of communication this communication can be for a number of reasons such as, nappy change, hungry, tummy upset or tired. Also another way to communicate is by body language such as tensing up when they're uncomfortable or yawning when tired. Intellectual development will come from yourself with cooperation with your baby such as smiling to them, eye contact and talking or even singing to them. This will help them feel protected and content with the positive attention.
Communicative development A baby will cry when hungry right from day one. At around 5 -6 weeks a baby will coo when contented and at 3 months will smile at a smiling face. At 6 months they will show they are understanding a little of what’s going on around them and will hold out their hands to be picked up. Intellectual/cognitive development A new baby will recognise the sound of his mother’s voice and smell. At one month the baby will stop crying when hearing a familiar voice.
Unit 2 – Development from conception to age 16 years E1 Describe the development of children in a selected age range and in TWO (2) areas of development 0-1 years: Intellectual development: New-borns make eye contact and cry to indicate their needs they use this as a survival technique as they learn that when they cry adults will care for them. They’ll turn to sounds, and become comforted by a human voice and are programmed to look at human faces. They’ll also imitate other people’s facial expressions and actions. This helps them learn, imitation is the best learning strategy for a baby http://ilabs.washington.edu/meltzoff/pdf/99Meltzoff_BornToLearn.pdf 05/03/14 states: “Imitation is a powerful form of learning commonly used by children, adults and infants. A child's enthusiasm for imitative behaviour prompts parental attention and interaction, and provides a mechanism for transmitting appropriate cultural and social behaviour”.
E1 – Describe the development of children from the age of 0-3 years in social and emotional, and language development 0-1 years During the first year of a child’s life, emotional development is important. The baby will start to learn who their carer is and develop an emotional bond with them. When a baby has a strong emotional bond with their primary carer at the end of their first year, they’ll be comfortable when socialising with other people. When a child is aged 6-12 months, they start to understand simple instructions that have a gesture “understand simple instructions associated with a gesture, such as ‘come to daddy’, ‘clap hands’ and ‘wave bye bye’.” (Meggitt 2000:48) This is part of their language development. “In some ways developing this bond may be instinctive as, at birth, babies are able to recognise the smell of their mother and are quickly soothed when they hear her voice.” (Tassoni 2007:54) 1-2 years Children begin to learn more social skills during this age, which begins with the child being able to play with their carer and show that they’re comfortable with recognisable adults.
Ct230 Rate and Sequence, birth – 19 years. Social and emotional behaviour – From birth a baby can respond to touch and sound, they will recognise a parent or carers voice. At just a few months old they will smile and engage with their carer. At four months they will interact vocally by ‘Babbling’ or ‘Cooing’. Depending on their personality and time spent with other children, a 6 month old infant will become more interested in social interaction; some may experience a fear of strangers and become distressed when separated from a parent of carer.
Every child develops at a different rate, however there is a basic order in which development occurs in children and through which progress can be measured and assessed. A child’s development generally occurs in the following ways From head to toe From inner to outer From simple to complex From general to specific A child’s development can be further broken down in to the following areas: Physical Development Social and emotional Development Intellectual Development Language Development. All these areas of development are as important as the others and they all intertwine and impact on the others. Development moves quickly in early years with the milestones being close together. Physical Development Within weeks of birth, a baby starts to smile in response to sounds and environments around him.
Teaching Assistant Level 2, Assignment 1 (unit ref H/601/3305) Question 1.1: Describe the expected pattern of children and young people's development from birth to 19 years. A) Physical Development: 0-3 Years: When Babies are born they do not have alot of control over what their bodies can do. Their heads have to be supported as they have not got strong enough neck muscles. Growth is rapid at this age and within a few weeks they are able to start to smile and respond to sound. As they get older they will be able to sit and then crawl.
CYP Core 3.1: Understand child and young person development 1.1 Explain the sequence and rate aspect of development from birth – 19 years. Children development is constant and can be measured in a number of different ways. Although children develop at different rates and in different ways, the sequence of development is generally the same as they need to have developed one skill before moving onto the other, for example a child must learn how to walk before they can run. Physical development is usually very rapid early on in the child’s development. Within weeks of being born a baby will start to smile and respond to sounds and environments around them.