1.1 EXPLAIN SEQUENCE AND RATE OF DEVELOPMENT.
| SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL
| 0-6 M
| Born with reflexes. Can lift and turn their head. Can balance on their fronts.
| Can recognize mother’s voice. Babies notice objects around them. Toys are explored in their mouths.
| Close contact between primary carer. Smiles when playing with parents
| Babies cry when hungry, tired or upset. Babies smile when they see a face smiling at them. They lift up their arms to be picked up.
| 6-12 M
| Use fingers to feed themselves. Can stand whilst holding onto furniture.
| Explores items using hands and mouth. Gets used to routines in the day
| Try’s to stay near to parent. And may get upset at the sight of strangers.
| Tuneful strings of babbling. Point’s fingers towards an item that is wanted.
| 1-2 Y
| Can push themselves along on sit on toys. Runs and climbs.
| Enjoys pop up toys. Can play with building bricks and simple jigsaw puzzles.
| Shows interest in other children. Shows signs of temper or frustration. Can start to play along side other children.
| Less babbling and more recognizable words. Has a vocabulary of around 200 words.
| 2-3 Y
| Pedals a tricycle. Can walk upstairs using alternate feet.
| Interested in pretend play. Interest in painting and reading books.
| Temper tantrums. Copying other children’s actions. Starting to play with other children
| Two word sentences strung together.Speech is now easily understood.
| Has no understanding of what is wrong or right, but can follow simple rules.
| 3-4 Y
| Uses fine motor skills to undertake activities such as threading.
| Can concentrate if an activity holds their interest.
| Can play with other children but can have squabbles.Responds well to adult praise.
| Children enjoy talking and start to ask questions about the world
| Can be thoughtful towards other children but are mainly looking for adult approval.
| 5-6 Y
| Can kick and control a...
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