childhood Development

By fredym
  • conception

  • Attachment

    Infants develop specific attachments to their mothers.
  • height and weight

    height and weight
    the tiny embryo in her uterus develops fingers, toes, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, heart, and a circulatory system
  • Stranger Anxiety

    Stranger Anxiety
    Infants develop a fear of strangers, they cry and reach for parents if near strangers. infants get more upset if strangers touch them.
  • Object Permanence

    Object Permanence
    Children understand that objects exist even when they cannot be seen or touched.
  • birth

  • sensorimotor stage

    sensorimotor stage
    Infants begin to understand that their is a relationship between their physical movements and they can sense and perceive.
  • sits

    8 months from birth children learn to sit
  • crawls

    In the motor development at nine months babies start to crawl
  • stands

    Four months after the baby crawled they can stand up
  • walk

    Just two months after the baby learned to stand he can walk
  • Preoperational Stage

    Preoperational Stage
    Children begin to use words and symbols (language) to represent objects.
  • Self-esteem

    Children start to judge themselves according to their cognitive, physical, and social competence have high self esteem
  • Concrete-Operational

    Children show signs of adult thinking, can focus on two dimensions of a problem at the same time.
  • Self-esteem goes down

    Self-esteem goes down
    Self esteem reaches its lowest point
  • Formal-Operational Stage

    Formal-Operational Stage
    People think abstractly. They realize that ideas can be compared and classified mentally just as objects can.