1.1 Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development from Birth – 19 Years

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| 1.1 | Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years |

Each and every child develops at a different rate to other children, no two are the same.

These areas of development are broken down into several categories which include:

Physical Social, moral, emotional and behavioural Intellectual Communication and speech

The guide below explains what you might expect from the development of the child through various ages:

Physical development: this refers to the body increasing in ability and functionality and comprises of gross motor skills (using large muscles) with movement in their legs and arms whilst also developing fine motor skills (precise use of muscles) such as the movement of fingers and toes. New born babies will lie on their backs with their head held to one side yet turn their head looking for a teat or nipple. They will have primitive reflexes such as swallowing, rooting, grasping, stepping and sucking.

By 1 month old head control will be still be unsteady, and their hands will be in tight fists. Babies will grasp at objects that have touched the palm of their hands. they may turn their heads and eyes in unison and smile at familiar faces, smells or sounds, they also like to observe the face of adults at feeding time.

At 3 months old they can hold a small object such as a rattle for a few seconds if placed in their hand and enjoys observing movements of their own hands and play with them, kicking their legs and waving arms. They can lift their head and turn when placed on their front.

At 4 months they will use their arms to support themselves when laying on their stomachs and can turn from their back to their side. They will hold onto and shake small objects. They will, with support start sitting and will gradually sit unaided by 6 months. They will raise their hands in anticipation of being lifted.

At 6 months they will roll over

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