From 0-19 years
1.1 Expected patterns in child and young person development
Children and young person development is holistic which means that all the aspect of something rather than just parts and each areas being interconnected.
We need to look at all area of their development in relation to the particular aspect of development or learning we are focusing on. All children and young people are unique and special, and they develop dose follow expected patterns, from birth to 19 years, include:
The important area over all in children’s and young person development most . And in this area with support in order to do this they will need to develop:
Hands-eye coordination, use the eyes to direct attention . And the hands to execute a task such as catching ball or handwriting.
Grosse motor skill by using larger muscles such those in arms and legs for example: walking , running , jumping , hopping , skipping , throwing ,balance.
Fine motor skill by using smaller muscles such as those in the fingers to be able for example: writing , threading , painting , drawing , holding knife and fork to be able to feed themselves.
0-3 years-Period of fast physical development
When they are born, they have little control over the body. They movements are dependent on a series of reflexes such as sucking, swallowing , grasping .
Development of mobility such as crawling, rolling, begins to hold object when place in hands, grabs on adult fingers.
Second year grow and develop more quickly so they can star to walk Control movements , able to hold small object ,able to play with ball , starting to dress and feed themselves , use hands for pointing , climbing on the stairs or furniture, enjoy song and dancing.
Third have more control over the body, starting walk and run with more confidence, more control over the pencils and crayons, enjoy looking at and turning
Bibliography: Louse Burnham, Brenda Baker ,,Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools,, www.studymode. come/subjects/ Anna Kuligowska Supporting Teaching & Learning In Schools