Lisa Michelle Morgan
Student Number: MD1136429
Address: 23, Willington Road,
Postcode: B79 8As
Course: Award in Supporting Teaching And Learning In Schools Assignment Number: 1
Date Submitted: 13/9/14
Number of pages: 5
student number : MD1136429
1.Summarise the main development of a child from the age range 0-2years, 3-5years and 5-8years. Raising a baby, especially for the first time, is both exciting and challenging. This is a time for developing the bonds that will last a lifetime providing the child with the inner resources to develop self-esteem and the ability to relate positively with others. It is also the time for parents to begin to discover who this new person really is. Each child is unique and its important that parents learn to understand, respect , support and encourage the unique characteristics and abilities of each child. 0-12months- It doesn't take long to develop the confidence and clam of an experienced parent. Your baby will give you the most important information- how she/he likes to be treated, talked to, held, and comforted. They can raises head and chest when on stomach, stretches and kicks on back, begins to develop social smile, enjoys playing with people, follows moving objects, recognizes familiar objects and people at a distance, starts using hands and eyes in coordination, prefers sweet smells, prefers soft to coarse sensations. 4-7months – At this age your baby should roll both ways, sits with and without support of hands, supports whole weight on legs, reaches with one hand, transfers objects from hand to hand, uses raking grasp, enjoys social play, interested in mirror images, responds to expressions of emotion, appears joyful often, finds partially hidden object, explores with hands and mouth, struggles to get objects that are out of reach. 8-12months- Your baby should, gets to sitting position without help, crawls forward on belly, assumes hands- and- knees position, gets from sitting to crawling position , pulls self up to stand, walks holding onto furniture, shy or anxious with strangers, cries when parents leave. Enjoys imitating people in play, prefers certain people and toys, tests parental response , finger-feeds him/her selves, explores objects in different ways, finds hidden objects easily, looks at correct picture when the image is named, imitates gestures, begins to use objects correctly.
1-3years- Your child is advancing from infancy towards and into the pre-school years. During this time, his/her physical growth and motor development will slow, but you can expect to see some tremendous intellectual,social and emotional changes. At this age they can walk alone, pulls toys behind when walking, begins to run, stands on tiptoe, kicks a ball, imitates behaviour of others, aware of his/her selves as separate from others, enthusiastic about company of other children, finds objects even when hidden 2 or 3 levels deep, sorts by shape and colour, plays make-believe. 3-4years- With your child's third birthday the “terrible twos” are officially over and the “magic years” of three and four begin- a time when your child's world will be dominated by fantasy and vivid imagination. During the next two years, he/she mature in many areas, climbs well, walks up and down stairs, alternating feet , kicks ball, runs easily, pedals tricycle, bends over without falling, imitates adults and playmates, show affection for familiar playmates, can take turns in games,understands 'mine' and 'his/hers', makes mechanical toys work, matches an objects in hand to picture in book, plays make believe,sorts objects by shape and colours, completes 3-4 piece puzzles, understands concept of “two” or more. 4-5years- before you know it, the somewhat calm child of three becomes a dynamo of energy,...
References: Reference ( The Children 's Aid Society founded 1853) page 5
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