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Early Childhood (3-8)

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Chloe Littlemore

on 19 December 2013

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Transcript of Early Childhood (3-8)

Early Childhood (3-8)
Emotional Development
During this life stage children will begin to handle their own feelings and emotions.
Children will learn how to share and
with others.
Children can tell others when they are happy or sad and can begin to explain these emotions.
in this period of time children develop a
which will be developed even further.
Social Development
Between the ages of three and eight, begin to widen their social groups and form
In the early part of this life stage children often have
temper tantrums
if they can not get their own ways.
Eventually they learn that they have to
with others.
The later part of this life stage shows that children will often have a number of friends and may have a 'best friend'.
Physical Development
Gross motor skills
fine motor skills
develop greatly in early childhood. From taking part in a limited activities.
Children can take part in activities independently for example at the age of five years they can walk upstairs unaided and may also be able to hold a crayon or a pencil to be able to draw or write.
By the age of eight years old many children can throw and catch a ball.
Children in this life stage usually have
good hand-eye coordination.
Intellectual Development
Progress greatly throughout this life stage.
Most children are able to speak in full sentences and usually have a good variety of vocabulary.
Children begin school and this helps with the development of language and understanding of numbers.
Children have the ability to able to think about things what happen to them although they are still
(seeing the world only from their point of view.).
Children learn how to act/behave in particular situations e.g. table manners.
Example Picture For Intellectual Development
Example Picture For Physical Development
Examples Of Emotional Development
Example Picture Of Social Development
To conclude you can see that PIES has a major impact on children and sets them off for later life.

This can enable them to pass it down to other generations as what is created young carries on through life.

Everybody goes through this its not to be ashamed off.
Conclusion Of Early Childhood
1.What are the two motor skills?
Fine Motor,Gross Motor
2.Give an example for one of the motor skills
2. Holding a folk, crawling etc.
3.What good coordination do they have?
3. they have good hand-eye coordination.
4.Whats the meaning of egocentric?
4.Egocentric-seeing the world only from their point of view.

5.What do they develop?
5.They develop self-concept.
6.Whats the word for working with others?
6.The word for working with others is cooperation.
7.Between the ages of three and eight what are formed?
7. The things which are formed are friendship groups or bonds.
8.What do children do if they cant have there own way?
8.If a child cannot get their own way they will have a temper tantrum.
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