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CHAPTER 5 Motor, Sensory and Perceptual Development
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Motor Development Arnold Gesell H Motor skills develop in a certain order and time frame
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Motor Development Esther Thelen Dynamic Systems Theory H Perceive something that motivates them to move! Needs: H Development of the nervous system H Body’s physical properties H Motivation H Environmental support
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motor development example
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Motor Development Reflexes H Rooting- infant turns head towards touch in effort to find food H Sucking- automatically suck when object placed in mouth H Moro-arches back, throws back head, and flings out arms and legs when startled
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Motor Development H Grasping- grasping objects in hand YouTube - primary reflexes These reflexes disappear after 3-4 months old What reflexes do we still have?
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Motor Development Gross motor skills- large muscle movements Ex: crawling, walking Milestones: H 2 months: hold up head H 3-4 months: roll over H 6 months: sit alone H 7 months: crawling H 8 months: pull up on objects H 10 months: stand alone H 1year: walk
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Motor Development Learning to walk H Posture and balance!
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