Physical, Social, Emotional, Intellectual Development Ages 1-3

Timeline created by ashlynndaniele13
  • Physical Developmental Milestones

    Turns several pages of a book at a time, Picks up small objects that thumb and forefinger, Moves objects from hand to hand, May walk alone or while holding a caregivers hand, Sits down without help, slides down stairs backwards, one step at a time.
  • Self-Feeding

    Children at this age eat variety of foods. finger food, such as slices of banana, are popluar. They should avoid hard foods like raw carrots that can cause choking. Using spoons to eat usually begins before the age of one. Most children are about 18 months old before they use a spoon with little spilling.
  • Emotional Development

    At the age of eighteen months, children have become self-centered, meaning that they think about their own needs and wants, not those of others. Negativism, or doing the opposite of what others want, is normal for young toddler. The desire of independence, Frustration, The childs realization of being a separate person.
  • Social Patterns

  • Social Patterns

  • Piaget's Four Periods Of Learning

    Period-Sensorimotor;Birth-2 Years -Children learn through their senses and own actions.
  • Intellectual Developmental Milestones

    At the age of 1 they begin to put two words together, Name common objects and people, Understands "no" but ignores, Finds hidden objects.
  • Physical Developmental Milestones

    18-24 months stacks from two to four blocks, grasps crayons with a fist and scribbles, Walks well, Jumps in place, Climbs up or down on stair, pull toys with wheels.
  • Self-Feeding

    Two year olds. Children in this age group can usually feed themselves and learn to use a fork, but they often take a long time to eat. they are still improving their fine motor skills as well as getting nutrition. At this age, a child should eat with the rest of the family.
  • Emotional Development

    Emotionally, two year olds are less at odds with the world than children who are eighteen months old. Their speech and motor skills have improved, relieving some sources of frustration. A two year old also understands more and is able to wait longer for various needs to be met.
  • Social Developmental Milestones

    Plays alone but often near others, Dislikes sharing toys, Desires approval, Fears some strangers.The can establish a basic set of rules to guide social behavior. Model good social skills. Help children understand and respect others feelings. Show respect for other people's belongings. Show children how to use words rather than physically striking out. Help children learn specific social skills.
  • Social Developmental Milestones

    Age 2- Engages in parallel play, Plays simple games with others, Bosses other children, Says "please" if promoted.
  • Piaget's Four Periods of Learning

    Preopertional 2-7 years: Children think in terms of their own activities and what they perceive at the moment.
  • Intellectual Developmental Milestones

    2 years- uses two-to three-word sentences, knows about 500 words, follows simple directions, identifies colors.
  • Physical Developmental Milestones

    At age 2 1/2- 3 Years they stack right blocks, screw lids on and off containers, draws circles and horizontal and vertical lines, Alternates feet going up stairs but not going down, Runs but may not be able to stop smoothly, throws a ball overhead but inaccurately, stacks nine or ten blocks, cuts with scissors, draws recognizable pictues, jumps up and down in place with both feet, catches a ball with arms straight, rides a tricycle.
  • Self-Feeding

    By age 3, most children are quite skillful using a spoon and fork. Three-Year-Olds have a full set of primary teeth, so chewing foods isn't a problem. Meats and other tough foods shoul dbe cut into small pieces.
  • Emotional Development

    Three-year-olds generally have sunnier dispostions than two-year-olds. They are more cooperative and are learning to be considerate.
  • Social Patterns

    Three-Year-Olds will share, help, or do things another person's way just to please someone. Three-Year-Olds begin cooperative play, actually palying with one another.
  • Social Developmental Milestones age 3

    3 years- takes part in brief group activies (cooperative play), takes turns, likes to help, shows affection.
  • Piaget's Four Periods of Learning age 3

    Preoperational 2-7 years, Children think in terms of their own activities and what they perceicve at the moment.
  • Intellectual Developmental Milestones age 3

    3 Years-Old: uses longer sentences, knows about 900 words, follows two-part directions, sorts by color and shape.
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