Unit10 1.1 Understand the Expected Pattern of Development for Children and Young People from Birth to 19 Years

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Unit 10 Understand child and young person development

Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years
1.1 Explain the sequence of rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.

0.3 months
They take interest and turn their head towards bright coloured lights They recognize bottle or breast
Respond when they hear there mothers voice
Wriggle and kick with there arms and legs.

Social and Emotional Development

Begins to develop a social smile
Enjoys playing with other people and might get upset when the person stops intereacting with them Expressive and tries to communicate using there face and body

Physical Development

Supports upper body with arms when laying on the stomach
Opens and shuts there hands
Grasps and shakes hand toys
Tries to hit dangerling objects with hands

6 months

Able to follow moving objects with there eyes
Reach for objects and pick them up
Recognize familiar faces they see
Will try helping to hold there bottle when feeding

Social and Emotional Development

Enjoys interacting with people during play
Takes an interest in mirror images
Responds to peoples expressions e.g if the adult is pulling funny faces the infant will smile and appear happy.

Physical Development

Rolls over onto there back and front
Tries to support there body weight on there legs using objects/furniture for balance Can transfer an object from one hand to another

Cognitive Development

Finds partially hidden objects
Explores with hands and mouth

Language Development

Responds to own name
Can tell your emotion by the tone in your voice e.g if your happy or sad with them Babbles and makes sounds

1 year old

Turn towards a noise they can hear
Imitate speech sounds and experiment different noises they can make with there mouth for example blowing rasberries They are trying to crawl using there arms to drag them
Start being able to wave bye bye
Stand briefly without any support
Copy's adults using the telephone or a cup

Social and Emotional Development

Becomes shy and nervous around people they don't know
Cry when parents leave them
Finger feeds themselves
Extends arms and legs when being dressed
Copy's sounds and gestures to get attention

Physical Development

Attempts to sit up without any support
Pulls themselves up to stand
Walks holding on to furniture
Might walk a couple of steps without support
Stands by themselves without any support
Uses a pincer grasp to hold small objects
Puts objects into containers e.g shape sorters

Language Development

Responds to “no” and shake there head to “no”
Says “Dada” and “Mama”
Tries to copy words.

2 years

Can use 2 to word sentances and say about 50 words or more They can kick a ball
Walk forwards and backwards
They can create marks on paper using pencils, crayons and paintbrushes They can identify different parts of there body's like eyes, ears, hands, feet hair, nose and they can point to them

Social and Emotional Development

Mimics behaviour of other children or adults
Becomes more independent willing to do things themselves like toileting or putting shoes and coats on Becoming aware of themselves when around other people as a separate individual

Physical Development

Can run, walk and stand on tiptoe
Enjoys climbing up and down items such as furniture
Carries large toys or items whilst walking

Cognitive Development

Enjoys hidden objects game like hide and seek with toys
Interacting with other children in role play
Can sort shapes out and separate different colours

Language Development

Can join in with matching games or snap cards
Follow and takes in simple instruction like...
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