Infants Pattern of Development

Created by: Jasmine Sandoval,Ariana Moran, & Luis Alvarez

Physical Needs

At the age of 3-6 months infants start sucking their fingers and wants to reach thing.

By this time, most babies can:

Sit without support

Stand without help

Walk with aid

Roll a ball

Throw objects

Pick things up with thumb and one finger

Drop and pick up toys

Social Needs

Babies are more likely to initiate social interaction.

They begin to:

Play peek-a-boo

Pay attention to own name

Smile spontaneously

Laugh aloud

Intellectual Needs

Babies perceptual abilities improve rapidly.

At this age, they are able to:

Recognize faces

Differentiate between different people based on the way they look, sound, or feel

React to and imitate the facial expressions of others

Respond to familiar sounds

Emotional Needs

Babies show a wider emotional range and stronger preferences for familiar people. Distinguish friends from strangers

Respond actively to language and gestures

Show displeasure at the loss of a toy

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2 years ago
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nice pics and good info .

2 years ago
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diana i like yall details and good job

2 years ago
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Brittney: I liked how you short and sweet examples. I didn't know that infants respond actively to language and gestures.

2 years ago
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You had nice information but your pictures didn't go very well with the information BUt i like that you didnt copy and paste

2 years ago
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I really like all the specific things the child does at this age

2 years ago
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ormon: i like you put good information's but put some when u start a new imformation

2 years ago
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Chudi : Now I know that infants suck on their thumbs! Thats really bad!

2 years ago
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Jackeline: I like how yall put everything how it goes and it has good information how to be good with infants

2 years ago
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I like the pictures and the info you posted very interesting Giovany

2 years ago
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Jackie RLiked how u combined the pictures with the text!