Unit 68 Outcome 4
SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORL
RELEXES ICLUDING SWALLING AND SUCKING, RROTING,GASP, STARTLE AND WALKING AND STANDING REFLEXES AS THEY REACH AROUND ONE MONTH BABIES BECOME LESS CURLED UP AND WILL BECOME LESS STARTLED.
BABIS WILL RECONISE THE SMELL AND SOUND OF MOTHERS VOICE AND ONCE REACHING AROUND A MONTH MAY START TO RECONISE THE VOICES OF OTHER FAMILIAR PEOPLE.
BABIES USE CRYING AS A FORM OF COMUNICATION USING IT TO IDENTIFIY WHEN they are hungry tired or distressed at around 5-6 weeks babies may start to make cooing noises
Babies enjoy close contact with main carers in the first month when babies reach 5-6months small smiles when asleep may start to appear
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Children at 2 have no understanding of right and wrong but understand the word NO. As children turn 3 they will start to understand and follow simple rules most of the time.
Physical development at this age progresses slower. Children are able to kick, catch and control balls. Children are also mastering their fine motor skills doing threading, cutting starting to write recognisable letters and words and at 5/6 handwriting becomes more legible.
Children’s concentration is increasing. They are able to count and do simple calculations. Children will start to read and be able to do free writing in sentences. Children enjoy engaging in games which have rules.
Children at this age ask lots of questions and enjoy talking they start to enjoy making and hearing jokes. Children will start to decode words.
Children play well with their peers in cooperative play although the odd augment will still arise. Friends are important to children at this age and they make preferences with their peers creating ‘best friends’. Social visits to friends’ houses are a good way for children to learn about other families. Children still respond well to adult praise and recognition and enjoy this.
Children become more thoughtful towards others although do things for adult approval still. Children develop a better understanding of rules and use them.
Fine motor skills are more accurate e.g. cutting, drawing and writing becomes neater. Children’s coordination and speed