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Transcript of Early-childhood Development
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1-6 Years of Age
By: Mariela Martinez
and Samie Guerra
*2-3 develop the ability to run, jump, and hop
*3-4 can climb the stairs ; also develops better upper mobility
*4-5 begin to go up the stairs alone in adult fashion
*5-6 start to refine earlier skills
*2-5 develops the skill to focus
*2-5 long term memory
starts to form
*5-6 learn to use their cognitive abilities
The physical development in children
follows a pattern. The large muscles
develop before the small muscles. The
large muscles are used for walking
and running and other physical
activities, these are known as
gross motor skills. Small muscles are
used for fine motor skills such as picking
up objects, writing, drawing,
throwing and catching.
The emotional development
includes expressions, attachment and personality. Children manifest fear of dark and monsters around the age of three; they also start acting their gender. Boys are usually more aggressive, while girls are more caring.
Mental stimulation from the
parents or guardians of these young
children aid in development. At this
time in life, the brain is growing
rapidly and it is easier for information
to be absorbed; parts of the brain
can nearly double in a year.
Children's brains will expand and become more developed in these early years.
*5-6 develop a larger overall
capacity to process information
Children develop close relationships with the children they spend a large period of time with. Close relationships with peers develop strong social connections
that can be transferred later in life, even children at an
early age have a preference of whom they want to
interact with or form friendships with.
*3 develop their
*2 develops self-recognition
*4-5 children engage
in parallel play
*4-5 enter the stage of
rough tumble play
*2 Show Empathy
*develop verbal skills and
* start to recognize
nonverbal cues of emotion
from one another