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P.I.E.S Child Development Booklet (prezi)
Transcript of P.I.E.S Child Development Booklet (prezi)
First off for all of you that don't know what P.I.E.S stands for, it is an acronym. The P stands for physical, the I stands for intellectual, the E stands for emotional and the S stands for social. P.I.E.S is used to determine where the child is growing.
This stage occurs when the child is anytime they are born till they are 1.
Phase 2: Toddler
This is when they move past being a baby and start using their hands and feet more, they learn how to talk in the middle of the second year and they learn to walk when they master balance, trunk and legs and the crawl. This stage starts when they are 1 till they are 3.
Last phase: school age
This is where every thing becomes a big issue, arguments, bullying for no reason and inappropriate behavior it starts at age 5 till they are and adult.
* there are 4 stages of the child's life
Stage 1: Infant
This baby is or was playing with balls so he is being physical with toys as well as crawling.
This baby is interacting with a person, most likely an adult because she is looking up and smiling while waving to the person. This adult is probably making the infant wave, so it can use it in further need
I chose this picture because these babies are thinking about something and probably have emotions about what they are thinking about.
I chose this picture because these babies are playing together and looking like they are being social by playing with each other
I chose this picture because this toddler is learning how to play and handle objects so he can be more physical.
This toddler is being read to and interacting with her father, it is making her smarter and a better reader
This toddler is in deep thought... If you speak loud enough he could probably get distracted so please stay quiet. He is probably thinking of what kind of juice he is getting for snack, he hopes its apple. He gets really upset when its grape.
These two aren't aware of cooties yet, they are just in the buddy system and having a good time, they are most likely talking about play time
Phase 3: Preschool age
This age is when the child is more aware of what it's surroundings are and are more aware of what is good and what is bad, they have learned what they believe in, so they have morals. They know who they like and develop deeper into their feelings. This stage starts at 3 and ends at 5 years of age
This preschooler has already learned how to walk, he strolls happily using some physical strength.
Remember that girl that i showed you in the toddler stage when here dad was reading to her? Yep this is her now, all the words she leaned are now in use with this conversation she is having with this lady
This preschooler is the one that does not like grape juice, and guess what he got? He is crying because he did not get what he want, he is still very emotional when someone gives him grape juice.
These preschoolers are having a great time singing, or what they think is singing. They are being social by talking, singing together they must be very close friends.
This child is fully capable of living in the real world he knows how to control all his senses and how to be fully physical as in writing and vocal stuff. They also play sports and further enhance their physical ability by playing sports.
This child is already smart enough to read and write on their own, they can take care of themselves and teach other children as well
These teens are emotionally attached to each other, they have feelings and emotions for one another because they think the other is special.
These teens are talking with their friends and being social with one another by hanging out and interacting