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Early and Middle Childhood

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Bailey Hansel

on 23 April 2016

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Transcript of Early and Middle Childhood

These are physical skills that specifically use the larger muscles.
I began taking dance classes at 5 years old
Gross Motor Skills
Early and Middle Childhood
by Bailey Hansel

Dance Helped Develop Gross Motor Skills
The awareness that 2 equal objects still remain equal regardless of whether or not the appearance of one object is altered.
This is one of the undeveloped aspects children have during the preoperational stage of Jean Piaget's cognitive theory of development.
When I was in first grade, I remember missing several questions about money counting on a worksheet.
For example, I thought that 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 4 pennies was equivalent to the value of 7 pennies.
Body Position
Industry vs. Inferiority
Erik Erikson's fourth crisis of psychosocial development in which a child learns the productive skills of their culture, or obtain inferior emotions if those skills are not fully acquired.
I used to help my father at our gas station/deli.
I learned to help cook food, clean, and operate the cash register.
As a result, I was taught at an early age that good work ethic is what future employers will appreciate.
Works Cited
jenningh. (2007, February 10). "Conservation
task" [Video file]. Retrieved from

Kearns, C. (2013, September 25). Gross Motor Skills and Dance. Retrieved from North Shore Pediatric Therapy: http://nspt4kids.com/physical-therapy/gross-motor-skills-and-dance-north-shore-pediatric-therapy/

Martorell, G., Papalia, D. E., & Feldman, R. D. (2014). A Child's World: Infancy Through Adolescence. New York City: McGraw-Hill Education.
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