AED-202 wk2 check point Physical development profile

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Unformatted text preview: Running head: PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PROFILE 1 Physical Development Profile Anna Borsick AED/202 November 18, 2011 Kai Walker PHYSICAL DEVELOPEMENT PROFILE 2 Physical Development Profile When looking at the normal physical development profile of early childhood; we see a rapid display of growth both physically and cognitively in this period. Focusing on the physical development of this age group (2-6) the first signs of physical development is the loss of baby fat (babyish appearance) and start to gain length in their extremities. Children during this developmental stage stop crawling and walking, and begin to run, jump, hop and skip their way through the day. Taking time to climb a mountain and swing from a tree. Early childhood is a time of high physical movement; a time of dramatic changes in both gross and fine motor skills. Making early childhood a spectacular time to learn, play, and fantasies during play. Boys are more physically active than girls, but girls are over all healthier fantasies during play....
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