Whilst Every Child Develops at a Different Rate, It Is Important for You to Know the Expected Pattern of Development.

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CYP 3.1 Task 1.1

Whilst every child develops at a different rate, it is important for you to know the expected pattern of development.

Complete the table below to show what stages of development you may observe in the different age ranges: |Age |Area of development |What you may observe at each age range | |0-3 years |Physical |Crawling | | | |Walking | | | |Riding a trike | | | |Climbing | | | |Dressing themselves | | |Communication |Listening to language. | | | |Trying to speak at 1 years | | | |1-2years - put words together and increase in vocabulary | | | |2-3years – use negatives and plurals in speech and vocabulary | | | |increasing rapidly. | | |Intellectual/Cognitive |Begin to understand that objects are not gone when hidden | | | |Recognise colours | | | |Identifying different objects | | | |Predict the outcome of repetitive tasks | | |Social, Emotional and Behavioural |Form attachments with parents and carers. | | | |Tantrums – from frustration | | | |Want to do things for themselves | | |Moral |Hugging someone who is crying | | | |Start showing guilt for bad behaviour | |3-7 years |Physical |Fine motor skills develop | | | |Cutting | | | |Writing | | | |Hopping | | | |Kicking balls | | |Communication |Ask questions | | | |Talk in tenses...
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