2 Social DevelopmentLearning to interact with others and to express oneself to others in a positive manner
3 Physical DevelopmentGrowth of the body both inside and out; the increasing ability to control and coordinate body movements.Physical wellness
4 Intellectual Development Learning to think, remember, understand, reason, and use language
5 Emotional Development Learning to recognize and express one’s feeling in a positive mannerEstablish one’s identity as a unique person
6 Spiritual Development Gradually learning to base one’s behavior on personal belief of right and wrong.
7 Social Development 1 – Become alert and try to focus on face or voice 7 - Smiles11 – Enjoys baths16 – Responds with total body to faces they recognize18 – Begins to smile, fixes on mothers face in response to her smile23 – Wants someone near them when awake, will stay awake longer if someone interacts with them24 – At the end of this period, the baby can “stare a person down”28 - Will recognize their mother29 – Grasp and clasp people, will adjust their body to the body of the person holding them.
8 Physical Development 2 – Can hold eyes in a fixed position 5 – Puts thumb in mouth9 – When on tummy lies in a frog-like position10 – When on tummy will lift head briefly and turn head to clear nose from bed17 – Begins to hold erect when in sitting position21 – Hands are predominantly closed with a clutching or scratching motion22 – Grips an object if hand strikes it accidently
9 Intellectual Development 3 – Interested in sounds8 – Begin to watch their hands and feet12 – Stare indefinitely at their surroundings such as crib mobiles15 – Can follow objects from one side of their vision to another20 – Responds to voices26 – Beginning to wait for expected reward - feeding27 – Combine sensation such as touching and looking
10 Emotional Development 4 – Baby will show distress, excitement, and delight14 – Begins to develop a repertoire of emotional crying and cooing signals that can be understood by parents19 – Can quiet themselves with sucking
11 Spiritual Development 6 – Predictable reinforcement relationship is being learned13 – Trust is beginning to develop as parents meet the needs of their infant