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  • 0-3 years physical development

    0-3 years physical development
    Babys are able to turn her head from sie to side, also are able to life their head and shoulders. They enjoy picture books, bright toys and music. Most double their birth weigh and growth 30% and betweeen 3 months to 3years they develop teeth.
  • 0-3 years Intellectual development

    0-3 years Intellectual development
    They explore thing with their mouth, their attention span increase. By twelve months many infants can speak their first understandable word. they start to remember their name and start to learn simple word e.g. cat and dog. learn to understand simple requests.
  • 0-3 years emotional development

    0-3 years emotional development
    Infants start to become shy with people they don't know, they become more dependent of their care givers. they cry when they are hungry, wet, hot, cold and when they are away from their mother. start to smile when they see familiar faces.
  • 0-3years social development

    0-3years social development
    They social bond with their mother and rapidly learn their mother voice and even smell. they may begin to interact with their environment more and other family members. start to notice the difference between familiar and unfamiliar faces. they also play alongside otther children.
  • 4-9 years physical development

    4-9 years physical development
    Musclse develop which alow them to jump, Kick a ball, Play with building block and drawing. leran to balance, eye to hand co-ordination. by nine they will be able to tie their own shoe laces and change own cloths.
  • 4-9years intellectual development

    4-9years intellectual development
    Start education, learn to speaking more in adult grammer, learn more about time. by 6 they are ableto speak more that 500 words. start to argue with parents more and start to ask more question e.g. why, when and how. because they become more interested in what happening around them.
  • 4-9years social and emotional development

    4-9years social and emotional development
    Become dependent on adults that care for them, learn social roles and behaviour through family. They will learn co-operative play with other children. As children grow older they become more independent.
    Relationships with family members may influence how a child feels valued, how a child gets on with friends may influence their self-confidence. also a chil might might develop a sense of failure and inferiority.
  • 10-18years physical development

    10-18years physical development
    This is when puberty usually start it prepares for sexual reproduction, both boys and girls may experience a growth. For boy it starts between 13-15years were their
    *facial hair starts to grow
    *growth of armpit hair
    *penis enlarges
    *facial hair may develop
    *voice breaks
    *muscles increase and strength increase
    And for girls its 11-13 were their
    *breast develop
    *hips widen
    *pubic hair grows
    *primary sexual organs grow
  • 10-18years emotional development

    10-18years emotional development
    They need to develop a secure sence of identity,they need to feel secure when working with other people with a clear understandingof identity. they need to decide which family values they are going to integrate into their own set of beliefs and values, and which they are going to reject. They are trying to figure out where they fit in the world. also need to move from childhood, when their parents controlled most of their behavior, to adulthood, where they will be responsible for themselves.
  • 10-18year intellectual development

    10-18year intellectual development
    They sill go to formal schooling, learn problem solving skills. they learn to become more independent. Money issues is a major concern around 18 because they need clothes and if they do not live with their parents.
  • 10-18year social development

    10-18year social development
    At this time adolescents become more influenced by others and they start to copy others around them e.g culture, style beliefs ete. teens spend much of their time with friends. Peer pressure is also one of the important elements during this age and dating becomes very important. they feel that their parents are interfering and do not understand them at all, constant friction with their parents, siblings and relatives.
  • 18-65years physical development

    18-65years physical development
    Menopause can occur during later adulthood. they start to get wrinkles. There metabolism slows down, hair turns grey, also there immune system gets weaker. start to have more medical problem.
  • 18-65years Emotional, Social and Intellectual development

    18-65years Emotional, Social and Intellectual development
    You start work or start university, start getting married, start to have children and some have financial problems. Also less time for social life, some learn to cope with emotional feelings, some go throgh a divorce, you receive more responsibilities.
  • 65+ social and emotional

    65+ social and emotional
    They start to retire from jobs, they are more close with family and have less time for friends. they have more free time, learn to cope with with physical changes. Have certain limit to social contact. they will have technology problem. some hire a private nurse or go into a care home.
  • 65+ physical and intellectual development

    65+ physical and intellectual development
    Small blood vessels break beneath the surface of the skin, and warts, skin tags, and age spots may form on the body. some will have short term memory loss, hearing and eye sight get worse and their teeth start to fall out. their immune system becomes weak therefor they can get ill easy. stat to loss memory and they wiil be in a hospital or a care home.
  • Final stages of life

    Final stages of life
    Your system starts to shut down, your brain, nerv and heart. they start to feel cold, eyes fix in an certan spot, eyes close there is no blinking. they will start to feel sad because they are leaving their loved ones. and become upset and happy because they may feel that they are going to a better place, but are really going to miss thier family. then death occurs.