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Early Childhood Education
June 2017 1. What physical skills develop in the first year? The physical skills that
develop in the first year is grasping and mouthing objects, tracking with
their eyes, pointing and following with their hands, good head control, put
weight on legs when standing up, standing with support, rolling over,
crawling, and the muscle control should be balteria.
2. How do two-year-olds interact with one another and express themselves?
They express themselves by talking and communicating more than their
essential needs. How they interact with each other is by playing pretend,
building blocks, or even climbing structures to their ability. Some of the
children might not be happy to play with the other children so keeping an
eye out for tantrums is a good idea for a safe and happy environment.
3. What suggests developmental delays in two-year-olds is if the child falls
frequently, cannot build a stack of more than four blocks, cannot walk up or
down the stairs without assistance from a rail or adult, cannot speak in
sentences or short phrases, has none to little interest in children or loathes
making eye contact with anyone and has terrible separation anxiety.
4. Global delays are when the child has delays in multiple categories. The
child may be impacted by global delays because of genetics, toxin
exposures, or medical difficulties in early life.
5. How language develops in early childhood is by trying to mimic words but
without attaching to a person or object.
1. The amount of variation that is normal in child development is too little
could symbolize that your child has some type of delay. A parent or I might
become concerned if by one and a half year old the child cannot walk or talk.
As well if the child is not hitting the appropriate milestone they should be
reaching at that age they are at.
2. Development of small motor skills are so important because it gives them
the ability to pick up toys and play with them. It also gets them ready to
hold a pencil and write, as well as maintain a good sense of hand eye
3. How motor skills develop between ages five and eight is they develop by
being able to catch a medium sized ball, kick in the desired directions, ride a ...
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