Unit 4 Timeline

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  • Period: to

    12 Month

    • Turn several pages of a book at a time
    • Picks up small objects with thumb and forefinger
    • Moves objects from hand to hand
    • May walk alone or while holding someone's hand
    • Sits down without help
    • Slides down stairs backwards, one step at a time
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    2 1/2 years

    • Stacks six blocks
    • Screws lids on and off containers
    • Draws circles and horizontal & 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
  • 18 Months

    • Stacks blocks
    • Grasps crayon with a fist and scribbles
    • Walks well
    • Jumps in place
    • Climbs up or down one stair
    • Pull toys with wheels
  • 1 Year Old Self-feeding

    • Avoid hard foods because of chocking hazard
    • Beginning to use a spoon
    • Start drinking from training cups
  • Emotional Development age 1

    Children at this age are commonly self-centered and worried about their own needs and wants. They start learning "negativism" where they do the opposite of what others want. They also start expressing their emotions by temper tantrums.
  • Social Patterns age 1

    At this age children don't really have much interaction with the outside world. They do, however, play in the same area as others which is called "parallel play." At this age they also treat people more as objects than humans.
  • Social Development Milestones age 1

    -Plays alone but often near others
    -Dislikes sharing toys
    -Desires approval
    -Fears some strangers
  • Intellectual Development Milestones age 1

    • Begins to put two words together
    • Names common objects and people
    • Understands "no" but ignores
    • Finds hidden objects
  • Intellectual Developmental age 1

    • Begins to put two words together
    • Names common objects and people
    • Understands "no" but ignores
    • Finds hidden objects
  • 24 Months

    • Stacks six blocks
    • Turns one page of a book at a time
    • Picks up objects from the floor without losing balance
    • Walks with more coordination and confidence
    • Jumps off the bottom step
    • Pushes self on wheeled toys
  • Self-feeding age 2

    Children this age can usually feed themselves. They are still learning how to use forks and will often take longer to eat. At this age, a child should eat with the family.
  • Emotional Development age 2

    At this age, speech and motor skills have improved. They also have better patience and express love and affection freely. They usually get along better with parents and siblings.
  • Social Pattern age 2

    At this age, childrens social skills have enhanced. They also can read moods from their caregivers. They also like to interact with other children, occasionaly putting someone elses wishes above theirs.
  • Social Developmental Milestones age 2

    • Engages in parallel play
    • Plays simple games with others
    • Bosses other children
    • Says "please" if prompted
  • Piaget's four periods of learning

    Sensorimotor Birth- 2 years: Children learn through their senses and own actions.
    Preoperational 2-7 years: Children think in terms of their own activites and what they perceive at the moment
    Concrete operations 7-11 years: Children can think logically but still learn best through experience
    Formal operations 11- adult: People are capable of abstract thinking
  • Intellectual Developmental Milestones age 2

    • Uses two- to three- word sentences
    • Knows about 500 words
    • Follows simple directions
    • Identifies colors
  • 3 years old

    • Stacks nine or ten blocks
    • Cuts with scissors
    • Draws recognizable pictures
    • Jumps up and down in place with both feet
    • Catches a ball with arms straight
    • Rides a tricycle
  • Self-feeding age 3

    At this age, most children are able to use spoons and forks. They also have most primary teeth, so eating is easier and faster. Food should still be cut up into small pieces.
  • Emotional Development age 3

    Three-year-olds are more capable of learning more willingly than two-year-olds. They also cooperate more and have a happier outlook on life because they are less frustrated. They love prasie and attention, from parents and other children. They enjoy talking to their toys, playmates, themselves, and imaginary friends.
  • Social Pattern age 3

    People become important to children at this age. They begin cooperative play, which is actually playing with one another. They also work together in small groups . At this age they want friends from their own age groups.
  • Social Developmental Milestones

    • Takes part in brief group activites (cooperative play)
    • Takes turns
    • Likes to help
    • Shows affection
  • Intellectual Developmental Milestones age 3

    • Uses longer sentences
    • Knows about 900 words
    • Follows two-part directions
    • Sorts by color and shape