Children who are read to aloud and are encouraged to read tend to develop more quickly intellectually.Your child will become more sophisticated in understanding the concept of time. They enjoy hearing about times past.By age 6, most children can count to 100. By age 9, they are beginning to learn how to multiply.Engaging the bodies as well as the minds of children this age will help them learn | While babies seem to be born with some of their emotional equalities in place, much of how they develop initially can be credited to the lessons that they are taught by their primary caregivers. Warm, attentive care, especially during the first year of life helps you to gain a sense that the world is a safe and welcoming place. Babies show increased anxiety and restlessness when they are with unfamiliar people.
| | Communication | From birth, babies will be able show a sign of communication by ‘crying’ and even ‘smiling’. Some are able to respond to adults by ‘cooing’.By 12 months of age, most babies will be able to respond to their own name. Begins babbling sounds, e.g. dadada.By 18 months, will be able to respond to words such as, ‘bye’. Be able to say ‘mama’ or ‘dada’, recognising their parents.
Communication and intellectual development As babies, children communicate through crying and quietening with increasing sophistication. Before they are a year old, infants will generally attempt to say simple words. By the time they are between one and two years old they will use around 30 to 40 words and by three years old they will be able to use full, complex sentences. When a child starts school aged six, they will develop their social skills through
Physical development:- This aspect of development usually progresses very quickly in a child’s life. Within weeks a baby will start smiling and responding to sounds. The older the child gets the more differently they develop this aspect. From learning to walk to riding a bike, each child will be different. Between the ages of 1 and 2 a child will normally be walking, pulling themselves up on furniture and pulling/pushing toys.
Physical Devolpment 0-3 years This is a stage where devolpemnt happens very quickly. With babies not having much control over their bodies when they are first born, to learning to have more control over there bodies. When they are first born babies movements depend on a series of reflexes. These include sucking and grasping which are vital things they would need to survive. Over the first 12 months they will learn more to control their bodies and by 12 months most babies should have devolped to the point where they should be able to crawl or roll.
They may develop this way because object permanence involves remembering and absorbing what the infant already saw. Infants become attached to their caregiver, and feel afraid when someone new comes because they have no schema for this new person. 1d. McCrink and Wynn’s theory states, infants have an inborn sense of numbers. They are born with an object-tracking system and a numerical system, which allows them to differentiate and keep track of amounts of objects.
These are the stages of development that has been broken down in age categories and aspect that was mentioned in the previous sentence. Language development Language development usually begins as they turn 3 months old as they learn to use their voice and vocal play, they will also watch mouths and faces and try to copy the sound and movements. Birth-6 months * Babies begin to cry when hungry, tied or distressed * Babies coo when content * Babies smile back when they see a smiling face 6-12 months * Start to enjoy making new and different sounds and will be able to display their feelings in laughing/crying/squealing * Body language develops such as arms up to be lifted 12-24 months * Speech begins to develop and start to respond and understand more words when listening * Starts to copy sound such as simple names * Simple commands are understood even though their understanding their vocabulary can consist up to 150 words and can start to use single words such as ‘mum, dad, more, ta’ and then move in to two worded sentences such ‘more food’ * And they develop to being 18-24
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1.2 DESCRIBE WITH EXAMPLES HOW TO BEHAVE APPROPRIATELY FOR A CHILD OR YOUNG PERSON’S STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT? First impressions are important for everyone not only child but for parents and people we work with. Children of different age will need varying levels of attention; some may be more advanced than others. Children with “special needs” will need more help. When we work with infants at nursery to help them with basics vocabulary and numeracy we need to choose media that will help them understand.
They are able to get things they want for themselves for example reaching for their blanket or toy without any support. They become more curious about things around them and start to investigate by placing things inside their mouths; however this could also be due to teething. Babies begin to play with their hands/fingers, by clasping them together and unclasping them and also raising their hands as a symbol to people. | A child’s communication and intellectual development from 3 to 6 months Sounds and noises will become that little bit more familiar and the baby will try and mimic what it is they can hear for example the sounds animals make. This alone will continue to progress.