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P.I.E.S and Development of Infancy.
Transcript of P.I.E.S and Development of Infancy.
P.I.E.S and development 3-8 years
Can walk up stairs on their own
Can throw and catch a ball.
Has a good sense of balance.
Can use a bat and ball.
P.I.E.S and main delvelopment 9-18 years.
Start growing a lot.
Grow body hair.
More oil in hair and skin.
P.I.E.S and main development 19-45 years
At this age your physical abilites only improve if you practise sport or physical movement.
Rolls over from front to back.
Claps hands after you.
Can open cupboards and drawer.
Can throw a tennis ball.
Helps get self undressed.
P.I.E.S and Development of Infancy 0-2
Starts to play alone.
May coping peoples actions.
Answers simple questions.
Enjoys looking at picture books.
Can say if your a boy or girl.
Knows some body parts.
Likes to look at their self in the mirror.
Afraid of strangers.
Gets scared easily.
Starts to show affection.
Recognizes people they know.
Enjoys playing peek-a-boo.
Has a favorite toy.
Fine and gross
Fine motor skills-
Arms move when shown a toy.
Looks from one toy to another.
Starts to stack blocks.
Marks paper with pen.
Gross motor skills-
Sits alone for 5-10 seconds.
Walks with support.
Brings feet to mouth when laying on back.
Can count and use full sentences.
Knows the days of the week and months of the year.
Knows the difference between right and wrong.
Learns how to handle feelings.
Knows how to share.
Experiences love, hate etc.
Starts having temper tantrums
Plays with others.
Behaves as a friend.
Involes in role play.
May have a bestfriend.
Fine and Gross motor skills
Fine motor skills:
Snips with scisscors on a line
Buttons and unbuttons jumpers
Nearly write own name.
Gross motor skills:
Hops on one foot.
Sits self in childsize chair.
Walks on balance beam.
Mostly intrested in present.
Deeper moral thinking.
Better at setting goals for themself.
Thinks about the meaning of life.
Feels awkward about thierself and their body.
Wants to be independant.
Wants more privacy.
Feels love and passion.
Struggles with sense of identity.
Worries about being normal.
More agruments with parents.
Ifluence of friends.
Popularity can be important.
Fine and gross motor skills.
Fine motor skills:
Coordination in hands and feet get better.
Fine motor skills stop at this age stop but only improve if practised.
Gross motor skills:
Increase in running speed.
Lifting heavier weights.
Adults continue to develop intellectual skills during early adulthood. Many people follow further education to develop thier intellectual skills even more.
In Early adulthood people develop close and intimate relationships with others. It is also the time where people start a family.
People in thier early twenties people enjoy socialising, meeting new people and making new friends.
As people get older having a social life can be hard because they
have so many different responsibilities.
P.I.E.S and development of Middle Adulthood 46-65 years
In middle adulthood, the ageing process starts.
Physical capabilities begin to decline as the body does not function properly.
Wrinkles start to appear.
Some people may go back to further education to improve thier intellectual development to maybe go in a different direction in life.
Due to the ageing process people's memory will not be as quick as it used to be.
They may feel alone as their children are all leaving home creating the 'empty nest syndrome.
At this age some people start to have a midlife crisis. This means that they start to look back on their life and want to back to their youth.
At this age people have more chance of having a social life as thier children may be grown up so they will have more money to spend on themselves and have more time.
P.I.E.S and development of Later Adulthood 65+
Their skin will be less elastic and thinner, thier joints will become stiffer, muscles weaker and thier bones more brittle.
Some people in later adulthood may not be as quick as they used to be but if you keep using your brain then you will not lose it.
After retirement, people can spend more time with thier family also thier stress levels may go down as they finish work.
Later adulthood can also be challenging and upsetting as their close friends and family will die so will feel isolated and alone.
Because people would have retired, they would have more time to spend with friends and family so will have a very active social life.