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Homework Help: child development (answer included)

Posted by scooby on Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 9:58pm.

Consider the developmental age groups of early childhood and adolescence as defined by the text.
Create a profile for each age group, detailing the normal physical development of each group.
Document the changes from early childhood to adolescence.
Post your response in 200 to 300 words.
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Infancy
This is where the child is from birth to two years old. Their physical development at this age is at the end of infancy they will be able to feed themselves. Another physical development at this age is that the child will be able to grab and release objects. The last physical development is motor skills. These motor skills include standing, walking, crawling, rolling over, and sitting on their own.
Early Childhood
This is where the child is from two years old to six years old. At this age you will see the child increase for personal hygiene and self care. Another physical development at this age is having an increase in motor skills. These motor skills can be from using scissors, running, skipping, and throwing a ball.
Middle Childhood
This where the child is from ages six years old to ten years old. At this age the physical development you might see in a child is where the child might want to participate in sports, and have the ability to ride a bicycle.
Early Adolescence
Early adolescence is where the child is ten years old to fourteen years old. At this time the adolescent will start some sort of puberty. They will also start having a significant growth spurt.
Late Adolescence
Late adolescence is where the child is from fourteen years old to eighteen years old. Their physical development is that some adolescence develops specific eating habits. This could include consuming junk food or becoming a vegetarian. At this age the adolescent reaches their adult height.


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