3 Patterns of physical development is head to foot, near to far, and simple to complex.
LENGTH AND WEIGHT
Average baby is 20 inches long, Most baby lose 10% of birth weight in first 5 days of life,
boys are longer than girls, & Gain 1 to 2 pounds in first 6 months,
Average baby at 1 years old Average weight of an 1yr old is 20-22lbs. is 30 inches long.
-No contact with object(0-3Months) -Holds chin up(2Months)
-Contact with objects only(4-5Months) -Chest up--arm supports(3Months)
-Hand grasps the object(5-7Months) -Sits with support(4M)
-Superior palm grasp(9-10Months) -Sits on lap--grasps object(5M)
-Forefinger grasp(11-12Months) -Sits on high chair, grasps dangling objects(6M)
-Super forefinger grasp(12-15Months) -Sits without support(7M)
-Stands with help(8M)
-Stands holding furniture(9M)
-Walks when led(11M)
-Pulls to stand by furniture(12M)
-Shows interest -Coos and Babbles
-Expresses sadness -Smiles and show excitement
-Shows disgust -Laughs, squeals, babbles
-Shows joy -Reaches out with hands and arms
-Show anger -Tries to imitate sounds made by adults
CARING FOR INFANTS
Support the head of newborns
Babies can hold up their head without support at 4 months.
PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT
Their first teeth are called primary teeth.
Teeth start coming in at 6 months.
Clothes need to be stretchy and comfortable.
By 6 months enforce clothing with padding for knees.
Use one extra set of clothing than what you have on.
To prevent diaper rash change baby often.
Disposable diapers is cheaper and better for environment, and convenient
To prevent sids lay children on their back side.
Newborn sleeps 16 hours in a 24 hour time period
MILESTONES - shows interests at 1 month
FEARS - expresses sadness between 1 & 2 months
SIMILARITIES & DIFFERENCES W/ EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT -
-shows disgust at 5 months
-shows joy between 5 and 6 months
-show anger at 10 months
1 month: The baby starts to coo and babble
2-3 Months: Begins to smile and show excitement between 2-3 months
4-6 Months: The baby laughs, squeals, babbles and reaches out with hands and arms to play
7-8 Months: Baby will learn to imitate sounds
9-10 Months: Baby will learn to say simple words, objects if a toy is taken away
11-12 Months: Uses gestures and body language and likes to spend time looking in the mirror
-Brain Stem : controls involuntary activities
-Cerebrum: direct motor activities
-Cerebellum: controls muscular coordination, balance, and posture
-Pituitary Gland: releases hormones that control metabolism & sexual development
-Thalamus: controls the way emotions are expressed
-Spinal Cord: controls simple reflexes that do not involve the brain
-Nerve cells in the brain that controls body function
-The brain works by dendrites, cell body, myelin coating, axon, synapse, and neurotransmitters.
CRYING communicate discomfort, hunger, anger or pain & to bring a response
COOING cooing at 6-8Weeks, coo more when talked to, smiled at, and touch
BABBLING begin at 4-5Months, vowels/constant sounds slowly added to form symbols
FIRST WORDS occur at 10-12Months, same sound used more than once to refer to a person, place or event
WAYS TO COMMUNICATE NONVERBALLY
- Reaching for or pointing
- Pushing Away
STIMULATING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
-Give positive feedback as infant attempt to communicate
-Speak clearly using simple words
-Avoid using baby talk
-Talk about activities and things around them
Brain stem, cerebrum, cerebellum, pituitary gland, spinal cord, thalamus, dendrite, cell body, axon, myelin, synapse, stimulation, piaget's theory, sensorimotor period, language development, non verbal, object permanence, and word association deals are vocabulary words dealing with piaget.
Sensorimotor stage : children learn about the world through their senses and body movement
Stage 1: Birth to 1 Month, practice inborn reflexes, only aware of themselves, do not understand themselves as a different person
Stage 2: 1 to 4 Months, Combine 2 reflexes, wave fists, bring fist to mouth
Stage 3: 4 to 8 Months, Respond to other stimuli, improve hand-eye coordination
Stage 4: 8 to 12 Months, Intention Behavior, Learn certain actions lead to certain results, imitate others, follow objects with their eyes, love playing peek-a-boo, objects still exist even when its out of sight
Stage 5: 12 to 18 Months, try to place object in another object, can find hidden objects, understand objects exist independently
Stage 6: 18 to 24 Months, experiment mentally as well as physically, think about what they going to do before they do it.