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Henry jerk

  • 0-3 years of age (physical)

    0-3 years of age (physical)
    between 0-3 months Henry learns to support his head and smile. his vision also improves and by 3months he is able to see faces and objects clearly.
    At 6months Henry should be learning to sit up without support, grasp objects and may be able to roll over onto his front.
    At 12 months Henry will be able to stand up holding onto objects or stand up alone, he may now start being able to pick up a spoon and feed himself.
  • Period: to

    henry jerk's lifespan developmement

  • 0-3 years intellectual

    around 8 months can say dadda, 12months mummy and 2 or more small words, 1-2Yrs can begin making conversation, stack bricks and can remember objects 2-3Yrs remmember stories, can count and do alphabet.
  • emotional

    babies learn alot of their emotion from their parents or main carer. they learn that if they cry they will be picked up, when smiled at they can smile back, and at around 5months they can laugh properley.
  • Social

    a baby will interact with the mum from newborn, generally caring for your child is socializing with them, this can include, feeding, bathing and playing. thhe first step of socilization is parralel play which is wen two children look like their playing together but they're actually playing diffrent games alongside eachother.
  • 4--9 years physical development

    child may begin to look thinner, 4-5 years hand-eye co-ordination will allow them to play with toys with small parts, by 5 years of age he will be able to catch a ball, throw a ball overhand, hop on one foot, walk up and down stairs alone. Shortly after 5 years of age, your child may be able to skip and walk on her tiptoes.
  • 4-9 years intellectual

    By the time he's 5, your child will speak about 2,000 words and may begin to argue with his parents when they tell him what to do.Starts to grow general ideas of quantity, length, measurement, distance, area, time, volume, capacity and weight. Draws people in detail, grouping for instance eye brows and eye lashes, and buttons and laces on clothes.
  • 4-9 years emotional

    can be confident and self-assured, are able to cope with delay in having their needs met, may be afraid of the dark and have other fears, turn to adults for comfort when overtired, ill or hurt. they will want want approval of adults, enjoy brief separations from home and carers, may have spells of being rebellious and aggressive,are more aware of gender characteristics, become very self-critical about their work are often irritable and possessive about their own things
  • 4-9 years social

    may have one particular friend, are capable of being very sociable, prefer games of rivalry to team games, enjoy co-operative group play, but often need an adult to arbitrate, argue with parents when they request something.
  • 10-18 years physical (FEMALE)

    Girls typically enter puberty before boys, from ages 8 to 13. girls may start to see signs of breasts by 10 or 11, their hips may begin to take shape and they may menstruate as early as age 11 or 12. they will have increased body fat, pubic hair, body odor and additional skin oil production.
  • 4-9 years physical (MALE)

    Boys may enter puberty as early as age 10, but some not see many changes of that nature until they are 15. Initial physical development in 10-year-old boys may include enlargement of the testes, penile growth and growth of pubic hair. These initial signs signal impending changes, which include a darkened scrotum, a deeper voice, sperm production, erections and ejaculation, increased muscle mass, body odor, additional skin oil production and more body hair.
  • 10-18years social

    from ten they can have 'best friends' and have a serious friendships. from 16+ they are legal to have sex and can have sexual partners, they can start relationships. Also they can have a a job and learn more independance.
  • intellectual 10-18 years

    Swiss psychologist Piaget felt that each individual passes through four stages of cognitive development. Stage 3, or concrete thinking,occurs in the seven- to twelve-year-old individuals; at approximately twelve years, stage 4 of cognitive development termed formal operational thinking begins to develop. adolescents around age twelve could develop abstract thinking, and and this ability developed faster in some teens Most adolescentscould achieve complete abstract thinking by age sixteen.
  • 10-18years emotional

    between this age they may start to experience stress due to, exams, relationships e.c.t. search for love and attraaction. they're also learning to cope with emotions and control them.
  • 19-65 pyhsical

    menopause can occurin late adulthood, due to reduction to calcium in bones. can loose weight and bones become brittle. Age takes place E.G wrinkles. metabolism slows down.
  • 19-65 intellectual

    in your 20's you are at the peak of you intellectual development, as you get older you can become more forgetfull and less able to complete tasks, this can be due to general ageing or medical diagnosis.
  • 19-65 emotional & social

    may get very lonley or depressed from grieving from death of family or friends, can loose independance and need a carer. wont be able to da activites that they were once able to do E.G ice skating or athletics.
  • final stages of life PIES

    physical: can become very weak and in pain.
    emotional: can be worried about death
    intellectual: congitive ability will have decreased
    social: may have remaining friends & family around to be there.