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MU52 DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

MU52 1.1

| |Social, emotional & |Physical |Intellectual |Communication |Moral |
| |behavioural | | | | |
|0-1 |Responds to main care giver |Can lie on back with head to one |blinks in reaction to light |cries for attention |children start to show moral |
| |Starts to show interest in other |side |follows movement of large objects |laughs during play |thinking around the age of 3 years |
| |babies |head and eyes move together |looks in the direction of large |babbles loudly | |
| |Interested in things that happen |can sit with support |objects | | |
| |around them |can sit alone without support | | | |
|1-2 |temper tantrums may start |can stand alone and starts to walk |recognises familiar people |knows own name | |
| |unhappy with changes in routine |whilst holding on |can build a tower of 4 bricks |starts to say first words

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