Unit 68 Outcome 4 Essay

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AGE
PHYSICAL
COGNITIVE
COMUNICATION
SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORL
MORAL
0-3 MONTHSS
RELEXES ICLUDING SWALLING AND SUCKING, RROTING,GASP, STARTLE AND WALKING AND STANDING REFLEXES AS THEY REACH AROUND ONE MONTH BABIES BECOME LESS CURLED UP AND WILL BECOME LESS STARTLED.
BABIS WILL RECONISE THE SMELL AND SOUND OF MOTHERS VOICE AND ONCE REACHING AROUND A MONTH MAY START TO RECONISE THE VOICES OF OTHER FAMILIAR PEOPLE.
BABIES USE CRYING AS A FORM OF COMUNICATION USING IT TO IDENTIFIY WHEN they are hungry tired or distressed at around 5-6 weeks babies may start to make cooing noises
Babies enjoy close contact with main carers in the first month when babies reach 5-6months small smiles when asleep may start to appear

3-6 MONTHS
At 3 months
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2-4 YEARS
Children at this age are exploring climbing to get to things they may want e.g. moving chair to climb on and get things. They will try to peddle tricycles and use their feet if they find it too difficult. They will become able to walk up stairs using alternate feet. Their cutlery skills will increase and will star to use knife and fork possibly cutting softer foods for themselves. During this period children generally learn to potty train and are usually quite independent by 4
Children at this age enjoy role play and small world toys recreating scenes that they have witnesses and taken part in. They become interested in books and story’s, messy paly and mark making and often by 4 give meanings to those marks at 4 children will hold their concentration if the activity interests them.
At children start to join word e.g. “mummy gone” “my toy” and at 3/4 generally children’s speech is understandable and children are starting to form sentences. Children can communicate feelings and emotions.
Children still enjoy adult interaction story’s cuddles and play. Children develop and interests in their peers and start to play along, side them happily sometimes copying and mimicking some of the things they observe. Cooperative play will start to emerge. Children can express themselves verbally so tantrums start to become less frequent. Children become

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