Intellectual Development 0-19 Years Essay

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Child and Youth Development (0-19 Years) Child and Youth Development (0-19 Years) SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT BIRTH – 6 MONTHS BIRTH – 6 MONTHS * Beginning to learn through their mouth and touch. * Beginning to make eye contact. * Babbling and cooing spontaneously. * Trying to imitate and repeat sounds. * Beginning to learn through their mouth and touch. * Beginning to make eye contact. * Babbling and cooing spontaneously. * Trying to imitate and repeat sounds. * Rapid Growth (almost double birth weight) * Develop own rhythm for feeding and sleeping. * Basic control of eye movement.…show more content…
* Must be a winner; changes rules to fit own needs. * Finds it difficult to accept criticism, blame, or punishment. * Child is centre of own world and tends to be boastful. 7 - 8 YEARS * Has well-established hand-eye coordination and is likely to be more interested in drawing and printing. * May have minor accidents. * Has fewer illnesses but may have colds of long duration; appetite is decreasing. * May develop nervous habits or assume awkward positions. * Is eager for learning. Thoughts can be based on logic; child can solve more complex problems. * Enjoys hobbies and skills. Likes to collect things and talk about personal projects, writings, and drawings. * Likes to be challenged, to work hard. * Likes more responsibility and independence. * May fear being late; may have trouble on the playground. * May use aggression as a means to solve problems. * Starts division of sexes (girls play with girls/boys with boys). * May complain a lot * May not respond to directions. 7 - 8 YEARS * Has well-established hand-eye coordination and is likely to be more interested in drawing and printing. * May have minor
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