Although all children will go through the same stages of development, they will do so at varying speeds. There are five key stages of development that take place during the first eight years of a child’s life. These are Physical, Intellectual, Language, Emotional and Social. Physical development The progress of a Chills control over his/her own body, including control over muscles, physical co-ordination & the ability to sit or stand. 0-2 years Up to the age of 3 months a baby will only be able to lie on its back.
At around months baby will start lifting their head and kicking their legs vigorously, they will also recognize the face of their main career as well as bright lights and loud noises. As time passes they will be able to hold objects and transfer them from hand to hand, they will also attempt to put things in their mouth. Mobility usually sets in around 9-12 months. They will be able to sit unaided and will get around by either rolling, crawling, shuffling or possibly walking unaided. They will also have learnt how to throw objects.
At 1 year although mobile they will still find balancing difficult but most children of this age will be able to kneel without support and climb stairs with supervision. At 2 years children will be able to walk, run and kick and throw a ball although they may not be confident at catching. 3-5 years Children by 3 years will be able to walk, run and jump from low heights. 1. Summaries the main development of a child from the age range 0-2 years, 3-5 years and 5-8 years. Development is the process of learning new skills and abilities.
It is important to realist that all children are individuals, so although they will all go through the same stages of development, they will not necessarily do so at the same time. When talking about children’s development, the term average child is often used. As practitioners, we should not consider any child to be average, but focus on the child as a whole. In my placement as a teaching assistant in a local primary school, we are taught to take into account the whole of the chills development. This is called holistic development.
There are four stages of human growth patterns. These are Childhood (which in four stages is known as infancy, early childhood, preschool and school age), Adolescence, Adulthood and Later Adulthood. The main development of a child from the age range 0-2 years. It is during the first two years that childhood begins. This is known as the infancy stage, which lasts from birth to eighteen months. A baby will develop Summaries the main development of a child from the age range 0-2 years, 3-5 Language, Emotional and Social.
Physical Development: -2 years: When a baby is born, for first three months they lie on their back but are able to make basic distinction in vision, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching. Around three months baby will start lifting his head and will be able to kick vigorously. They will also recognize their main career. As time goes on the baby will be able to grasp objects and try to put that in their mouth. Mobility usually comes at the ages of nine to twelve months. They will be able to crawl and some might be able to sit and walk unaided.