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The Development of the P.I.E.S and Life Stages.

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The Development of the P.I.E.S and Life Stages.
What Are The P.I.E.S?
What are the Life Stages?
Infancy: 0-2
Early Childhood: 3-8
Adolescence: 9-18
Early Adulthood: 19-45
Middle Adulthood:45-65
Later Adulthood: 65+

Physical:At the age of 0-2 the baby can get into a sitting position without help, this uses the big muscles to help sit up

Intellectual: At the age of 2 your child will be learning new things to get the mind going, such as if the parent hides a toy they will think and try to find it. They will try to use different words to talk to mum or dad.

Emotional: The child at this age will start to bond with the people who care for them, such as mum dad, brothers,sisters ect. They will need a strong attachment to their maim careers, this will help create a sense of security,also to help them throughout their life stages.

Social:At this age they will learning how to play with other children and how to learn new faces and names, they will also try to share things with others around them.

What the P.I.E.S stand for;
Physical Development;
This is where they do things like their own growth motor skills. Also they are developing for their own age is running,crawling and drawing.
Intellectual Development;
This is when their speech is developing and if they know the alphabet,colours,ect
Emotional Development;
This is when another child took their toy they would get angry and cry and they would try get it back by using aggression.
Social Development;
This is similar to emotional by now they act with other children similar to their age.
Early Childhood 3-8 .
Physical: By the age of 5 children can start to walk up the stairs unaided, hold a crayon or pencil to draw and write. By the age of 8 children can start to learn to catch and throw, develop a good sense of balance and also can use a bat and ball.

Intellectual: Your child communication and language skills will improve, they can speak in full sentences, can count to start to end in the right order, will also know the days of the week, they will also ask to watch t.v and will look at the behaviour of others around them.

Emotional: Gets excited with other children, shows other behaviour, including other people to their group, say words like i love you

Adolescence 9-18
Physical: When you hit your teens, you will see that you body will change shape. Theses changes occur as result of hormonal relseases,which turn a child into a fully reproductive adult. For girls the changes are primarily shaped by the release of oestrogen; thoses in boys by the release of testosterone.
Intellectual; When you hit this age, you will be able to think of the things you want or do by yourself, you can start to imagine what it might be like to be a top-class footballer player or musician. You can think in a more logical way to solve problems in your own way.
Emotinal; At this time, girls and boys body will change, for teenagers this is a hard time. Many experience mood swings, fustration, insecurities and confusion. Adolescence is a time when sexuality is explored, with the opposite sex, and sometimes the same sex.
Social; Adolescence is a time where girls and boys want to explore, like relationships,to go out with friends and try new things also meet new friends.
Early Adulthood 19-45
Physical; Body change, boys voice becomes deeper, boys and girls grow
Intecllectual; More in dependent can also deal with problems, can deal with complex
Emotinal; getting into relationships,marriage,leaving home, having a future
Social; Start to have friendship, Relationships, also becoming more social with others
Middle Adulthood 46-65
Physical; physical capabilities being to decline as the body does not function as effectively as it did in early adulthood. Skin loses it elasticity and wrinkles appear more obvious; muscles tone slackness and sight and hearing may not be good.

Intellectual; Intellectual development may continue throughtout middle adulthhood. Many people may return to education and choose to study more, [erhaps wanting to move their life in a new direction and needing new qualifications to do so. Due to the aging process, a persons memory may not be as quick as it used to be, but people in middle adulthood have the benefit of experience: hench the saying 'older but wiser'

Emotional: For many people, the phyiscal changes of middle adulthood lead to confused emotions. Just as in a period of hormonal changes, and hormones can create a wide range of feelings and emotion.

Social; Being in the middle adulthood offers many people the chance to expand their social development. If children have grown up and left home, the parents have less responsiblity and more money to spend on themselves- so they can go out and make out more socialite with friends.
Later Adulthood. 65+
Physical; By the time people reach the age of 65, the aging process is clear. Their skin will be less elastic and thinner; their joints stiffer; their muscles weaker; their bones more brittle. As a result of these changes; many people in later adulthood start to stiffen up and being to lose heigh.
Intellectual; Intellectual changes in late adulthood do not always resultin reduction.
Emotional; Usually old people love spending time with their families.

Social; They like to catch up with their childhood friends and they also like catching up with their families.
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