Describe the Expected Pattern of Children and Young Peoples Development from Birth to 19 Years to Include

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Describe the Expected Pattern of Children and Young Peoples Development from Birth to 19 Years to Include
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Describe the expected pattern of children and young peoples development from birth to 19 years to include.
A.Physical Develepment
B.Communications and intellectual
C.Social and emotional behavorial development

All children are unique and develop at their own rate. However there are key milestones we expect most children to reach during childhood. The expected pattern is seen as the average time period it would take to accomplish these key milestones.
Months 0 - 3
• Respond to sound and notice bright lights
• be able to focus and stare at faces
• make gurgling sounds
• follow close objects
• know familiar voices
• smile, laugh and hold head steady
• reach for toys and roll over
• recognize familiar faces
• kick legs and discover both hands
Months 4 - 6
• Laugh and smile
• stand steady when being held
• reach out for and hold toys
• roll over
• recognize familiar voices
• respond to their name
• imitate sounds and gestures
• sit without support
• make more babbling and chatter sounds
• hold simple food and feed themselves
Months 7 - 9
• feed themselves finger food
• try to reach toys by wriggling about
• play simple games, like peek-a-boo
• imitate sounds
• pass toys from hand to hand and bang them together
• start crawling
• wave bye bye
• start saying mama and dada
• try to feed themselves with a spoon
• don't like being separated from mum and dad, wary of strangers
• hold onto something and stand and maybe walk
• understands 'no'
• drink from a cup
Months 10 - 12 months
• walk holding onto furniture
• use pincer grasp to pick up objects
• knows who Mama and Dada are
• responds to name
• play simple games like patty cake and ball tossing
• help tidy up
• clap hands and wave goodbye
• talk baby talk incessently
• say a few extra words
• crawl well and maybe walk a few steps
• can indicate needs and understand basic instructions
• pull off

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