Child Observation: Middle Childhood

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHART: MIDDLE CHILDHOOD (7-11 years)

Early Childhood Development

YOUR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHART: MIDDLE CHILDHOOD (7–11 YEARS)

SECTION 1: MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS

| |[pic] [pic] | |BIOSOCIAL |Brief Description of Example | |Body Changes |1.Around the age of 6, there is a slowing down of the rate of growth. | | | | | | | | |2. Children begin to take control over their motor skills, they also develop stronger muscles. | | | | | | | |Brain Development |1. There is greater communication between neurons in the brain and also brain development increases. | | | | | | | | |2. The corpus callosum continues maturing, as well as the prefrontal cortex. | | | | | | | | |[pic] [pic] | |COGNITIVE | | |Piaget’s Theory |1. Piaget believed middle childhood as the beginning of logical thinking and lessening of egocentrism which is more present in early childhood. | | | | | | | |...
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