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Physical Development How the body changes & grows
Social Development Interacting with others
Emotional Development Feelings
Intellectual Development Brain...the ability to learn How they express what they know
Moral Development Learning right vs. wrong
Near to Far Development starts at the trunk of the body and moves outward! Can get control of arms before fingers!
Simple to Complex Start with being fed by mom/dad, to feeding themselves with their hands, to using utensils.
Head to Toe Prenatally - The head develops first, then trunk, then limbs. This continues… Lift head before they can sit, then sit before they can run! 6 weeks gestation
Early Childhood Studies. What is Motor Skill Development? Motor means movement. Skill is something you learn or acquire. Definition is: The learning of.
Body growth and development do not grow as quickly as the first year grow at different rates (height and weight) -heredity -environment.
Developmental Areas. Vocabulary Motor skill: Large motor skill: Small motor skill: Hand-eye coordination: Developmental Milestone:
Chapter 4. Development Infant Toddler Preschooler Physical development Gross-motor development Fine-motor development Cognitive development Social-emotional.
Growth During 1 st Year. Weight -Babies generally triple their birth weight in the first year -Slight weight loss after birth then a steady gain. -1 st.
Bubbles to Self Concept Development Everyday activities can be used to build a child’s development in the physical, social, emotional & intellectual areas.
The Babys First Year Physical Development. Learning Targets I can…. –Identify the most important milestones of growth & development during a babys first.
Lesson objective – to learn about the PIES of young infants from the ages of 0 to 2 years old.
SEN Knowing and Growing Rules for Showering and Dressing.
FETAL DEVELOPMENT Journal #7 What is something your parent shared with you about their pregnancy, labor, or you as a baby?
Motion for Constant Acceleration. Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration In this lesson the students are shown how to use a velocity-time graph.
CHANGE AGENTS TEAM BUILDING Prague, August 6 Team Building and Bonding Exercises Led by Bob Cabeza.
Role of Play in Child Development By: Neelima. Is an activity for amusement Play.
“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” Mothers answer questions about their own pregnancies as a guide for mothers-to-be.
Step 1 Look at your breasts in the mirror with your shoulders straight and your arms on your hips.
You need your Animal Behavior Web Quest!. Is the study of animal behavior with special attention to the natural environment and physiological, evolutionary.
Life Stages. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT n Begins with birth n Ends with death.
Emotional and Social Development Infants. Emotional Development The process of learning to recognize and express one’s feelings and to establish one’s.
Health And The Whole Person When we think about our health, we often think only about our bodies. However, we are not just physical beings. There are other.
Contents: 6 week overview 6 Lesson Plans Supporting Resources.
Building Baby’s Brain Prime Times for Learning Georgia CTAE Resource Network Instructional Resources Office July 2009.
No Internet Day FlowerVickyAliceSandyNancy. Origin: Because modern people spend so much time on the Internet, they ignore the importance of social contact.
Welcome to the Activity Corner I N E R T I A Click here to move in....
How to do wudu. What is wudu? Wudu is when a person washes parts of his body so that he or she is clean.
Word Order Grammar Skill First Grade Unit 1 Week 4 Created by Kristi Waltke.
Mouse Training Instruction by: Connie Hutchison & Christopher McCoy.
What is Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral – Brain Palsy – weakness, paralysis or lack of muscle control. Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a permanent physical condition.
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