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Developmental Process Presentation All children must go through developmental stages in child development. The preschool stage, also called early childhood, occurs from three to six years of age. The preschooler's world is expanding. New experiences and the child's social role are tried during play. During this stage, there is tremendous growth in vocabulary and continuous chatter is a characteristic feature of this stage. In addition, persistent questioning is the tool by which the preschooler explores and knows more and more about his/her world and environment. As a child grows into early childhood, their world will begin to open up. He or she will become more independent and begin to focus more on adults and children outside of their family. They will want to explore and ask about their surroundings even more. Their interactions with family and those around them will help to shape their personality and individual ways of thinking and moving (Brant, 2002). The process of children growing physically, socially, and cognitively plays a central role as children strive to become thriving adults. Child development is a process every child has to go through. This process involves learning and mastering skills like sitting, walking, and talking (Brant, 2002). Physical development varies from each child development stage. For example children in the early childhood development stage have the ability to run and jump and play with ease. They are able to communicate clearly with others, and can express themselves in an understandable way. The early childhood stage (2-6 years) of development is fun and exciting. Some characteristics of physical development for children in early childhood development are their growth rate slows down, body fat
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