Understand Child Development and Young Person Development - 1.1

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CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce (QCF)
Unit Ref: L/601/1693
CYP Core 3.1: Understand Child Development and Young Person Development
Rosanna King
Learning Outcome 1:
Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth – 19 years.

Assessment Criteria 1.1:
Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.

Answer to 1.1:
Below I have explained the sequence and rate of each development from birth – 19 years old in great detail.

0-2 Years – Physical Development: * The baby lies supine (1 month old) * The baby turns its head towards light and stares at bright and shiny objects (1 month old) * The baby can lift the
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(6-9 months old) * The baby enjoys songs and action rhymes (9-12 months old) * The baby still likes to be near a familiar adult as appose to strangers (9-12 months old) * The child begins to have a longer memory (1-2 years old) * The child expresses their needs using words and gestures (1-2 years old)
0-2 Years – Moral: * Show joy by smiling, cooing and laughing when fed comfortable or safe. * No understanding of right or wrong starts to understand the word no. * Sensitive to adult approval and disapproval, despite tantrums and bursts of anger.

2-4 Years - Physical Development: * The child is very mobile and can run safely (2 years old) * The child can draw circles, lines and dots, using preferred hand (2 years old) * The child can jump from a low step (3 years old) * The child can build tall towers of bricks or blocks (3 years old) * The child has good spatial awareness (3 years old)
2-4 Years – Communication Development * Children are rapidly becoming competent speakers of the language they experience (2 years old) * The child can follow a simple instruction for example; “Could you bring me the spoon?” ( 2 years old) * The child wants to share songs, dance and have conversations (2 years old) * The child might say “two times” instead of ‘twice’ and might say