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First year of a baby’s life| A baby begins learning the basics of self-movement and begins to master the skills needed for hand-to-mouth coordination and holding objects.| 0 to 3 months| * Raise head slightly when lying on stomach * Hold head up for a few seconds, when supported * Hold hand in a fist * Lift head and chest, while lying on stomach * Use sucking, grasping, and rooting * Touch, pull, and tug own hands | 3-6 months | Babies are quickly becoming stronger: * Roll over * Push body forward and pull body up by grabbing the edge of a crib * Reach for and touch objects * Reach, grasp, and put objects in mouth * Make discoveries with objects (for example, a rattle makes noise when it is moved)

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6-9 months| Making sure child proofing is in place in your setting becomes important as babies get more mobile. * Crawl * Grasp and pull things toward self * Transfer objects between hands| 9-12 months| * Sit without support * Stand unaided * Walk with aid * Roll a ball * Throw objects * Pick things up with thumb and one finger * Drop and pick up toys

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1-2 YEARS| 1. Walk alone * Walk backwards * Pick up toys from a standing position * Push and pull objects * Seat self in a child's chair * Walk up and down stairs with aid * Move to music * Paint with whole arm movement

Children’s Balance improves and eye-hand coordination becomes more precise. : * Put rings on a peg * Turn two or three pages at a time * Scribble * Turn knobs * Grasp and hold a small ball can use large motor skills to throw| HELEN TANDY: REF No: DG66205

UNIT 1 /CODE CYP CORE 3.1
UNDERSTANDING CHILD &YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
TASK 1 TO LEARNING OUTCOME 1 ASSESMENT CRITERIA 1.1, 1.2,
SEQUINCE OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT FROM THE AGE BIRTH TO 19 YEARS HELEN TANDY:
REF No: DG66205
UNIT 1 /CODE CYP CORE 3.1
UNDERSTANDING CHILD &YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
TASK 1 TO LEARNING OUTCOME 1 ASSESMENT CRITERIA 1.1, 1.2,
SEQUINCE OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT FROM THE AGE BIRTH TO 19 YEARS 2-3 YEARS| * Run forward * Jump in place with both feet together * Stand on one foot, with aid * Walk on tiptoe * Kick ball forward Children are able to manipulate small objects with increased control. Most can: * String large beads * Turn pages one by one * Hold crayon with thumb and fingers instead of fist * Draw a circle * Paint with wrist action, making dots and lines| 3-4 YEARS|

Children’s movement &balance become better Run around obstacles Walk on a line Balance on one foot Push, pull, and steer toys Ride a tricycle Use a slide without help Throw and catch a ball Build a tall tower of blocks Draw crosses and circles Manipulate clay by making balls, snakes,| 4-5 years| Children are now more confident, * Walk backwards * Jump forward many times without falling * Jump on one foot * Walk up and down stairs without assistance, alternating feet * Turn somersaults Children develop skills that will help them as they enter school and begin writing. Most can: * Use safety scissors * Cut on a line continuously * print a few capital letters|

HELEN TANDY:
REF No: DG66205
UNIT 1 /CODE CYP CORE 3.1
UNDERSTANDING CHILD &YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
TASK 1 TO LEARNING OUTCOME 1 ASSESMENT CRITERIA 1.1, 1.2,

SEQUINCE OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT FROM THE AGE BIRTH TO 19 YEARS 5-6 years| * Kick and control a ball * Increased fine manipulative movements * Handwriting becomes clearer * Climb & skip * Use variety of play equipment e.g swing climbing frame * Do puzzles with interlocking pieces * Build towers of cubes which is straight * Are able to hold a pencil...
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