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Physical Development. Twos. http://www.babyminestore.com/images/AX071087%5B2%5D.jpg 11/13/07. Proportion. Size relationship between different parts of the body. Head, chest and abdomen about the same Arms legs and trunk grow fast Changes increase balance and motor skills.

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Physical development

Physical Development

Twos

http://www.babyminestore.com/images/AX071087%5B2%5D.jpg 11/13/07


Proportion

Proportion

  • Size relationship between different parts of the body.

  • Head, chest and abdomen about the same

  • Arms legs and trunk grow fast

  • Changes increase balance and motor skills

http://www.jpbutler.com/images/sadie-standing.jpg 11/12/07


Posture

Posture

  • How straight the child stands

  • At 2 stands upright, but abdomen protrudes, head forward, arms and legs bent.

  • By 3 straighter and more upright

http://www.blackbeltexcellence.com/eStudio/03_Family_And_Friends/01_Family/2007-05-06%20-%20Baby%20Justice%20-%20Spring%20Time/01-Walk_in_the_woods.jpg 11/12/07


Height and weight

Height and Weight

  • Gain about ½ lb per month

  • 2 years – 34” and 27 ½ lbs

http://www.bridges4kids.org/images/toddler-flowers.jpg 11/12/07


Teeth

Teeth

  • Primary Teeth – baby teeth

  • 2 years – about 16 teeth

http://stb.msn.com/i/F8/91A5A3EC64A9CA16D14BAB3C6BBFCE.jpg 11/12/07


Small motor skills

Small Motor Skills


Small motor skills1

Small Motor Skills

  • Use and control of fine muscles in wrists, fingers, & ankles.

  • Many also require some hand-eye coordination


Dexterity

Dexterity

  • Skillful use of the hands and fingers


Ages 2 to 2

Ages 2 to 2 ½

  • Turns one page of a book at a time.

  • Strings large beads.

  • Builds towers of about six blocks

www.atoygarden.com/images/BeadKit240.jpg


Ages 2 to 3

Ages 2 ½ to 3

  • Builds towers of about eight blocks

  • Draws horizontal and vertical lines and circles.

  • Screws lids on and off containers.

coreacademy.usu.edu/04_Materials/Clip_Art/blocks.gif


Large motor skills

Large Motor Skills


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Large Motor Skills

  • An ability that depends on the use and control of the large muscles of the back, legs, shoulders, and arms.


Ages 2 to 31

Ages 2 to 3

  • Walks with more coordination and confidence.

  • Climbs, even in unsafe places.

  • Pushes self on wheeled toys.

  • Runs, but may not be able to stop smoothly.

  • Alternates feet going up stairs, but not going down.

  • Throws a ball overhand, but inaccurately.

  • Kicks balls.

http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/pha0153l.jpg


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