Cyp Core 3.1 Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development from 0-19 Years 1.1

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CYP Core 3.1
Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from 0-19 years
1.1
Holistic development: The first month
Physical development
The gross motor skills that the baby of 0-1 month old will develop is that the baby lies supine (on his or her back) and the fine motor skills will be the baby turns his or her head towards the light and stares at bright or shiny objects.
Communication and language development
Babies need to respond to sounds, especially familiar voices. And babies need to share language experiences and cooperate with others from birth onwards. From the start babies need other people.
Intellectual development
Babies explore through their senses and through their own activity and movement.
Touch
From the beginning babies feel pain.
Sound
Even a new born baby will turn to a sound. The baby might become still and listen to a low sound, or quicken his or her movements when he or she hears a high sound.
Taste
The baby likes sweet tastes, e.g. breast milk.
Smell
The baby turns to the smell of the breast.
Sight
The baby can focus on objects 20cm away.
Emotional and social development
A baby’s first smile in definite response to carer is usually around 3-6 weeks. Also the baby often imitates certain facial expressions. This is showing that the baby is starting to develop being able to respond to different things.

Holistic development: from one to four months
Physical development
Some of the gross motor skills that the babies develop from four to eight weeks are: the baby can now turn from side to back, and can also lift its head briefly from the prone position.
Some of the fine motor skills that the babies develop from four to eight weeks are; the baby turns its head towards the light and stares at bright or shiny objects.
Some of the gross motor skills the baby develops form eight to twelve weeks are; when lying supine, the baby’s head is in a central position and it can also lift its head and chest off a bed

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