Manchester Early Learning Center. He is the average size for his age and has blond hair and blue eyes. He is very well
behaved and usually remembers to use his manners when
talking to people. James’ parents no longer live together, but he spends time with each individually. One of activities James loves is to sit down on the couch and listen to someone read him a story. His favorite books, however, are the Where’s Waldo? series, and he can easily identify Waldo as soon as he turns the page since he looks at these books so often. He likes to play Chutes & Ladders, even though he does not yet understand the rules. When the day care provider needs help with anything, he is always the first to offer assistance. James is almost always laughing and giggling with anyone he talks to, and loves to make new best friends!
James’ physical development has always been that of normal children. During his stage of infancy and toddler, he went through the normal milestones of development. He could roll over before he was four months old and could sit up on his own within 3 months after that. By
James’ first birthday, he could stand up by himself and started walking shortly afterwards. According to Feldman, James met these milestones close to the typical ages of most infants and toddlers.
James is now five years old and shows ordinary physical
characteristics. He is nearly forty inches tall and his weight is like most other children of his age; he is neither overweight, nor underweight. His healthy height and weight may be a result of the fact that he eats well, both at home and at day care. His parents try to keep a healthy balance of foods, and James eats nearly all types of food given to him. James has had no serious illnesses while growing up. He gets a cold once in awhile, which can be expected with preschool children. The motor
skills displayed by James are a mostly average for his