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Physical and Cognitive Development Early Childhood. Chapter 7. Physical Development Early Childhood. Slower growth Weight- boys slightly larger Epiphyses Skeletal age Primary teeth Lymph tissue. Motor Skills for Age 2. Run Kick large ball Jump 12 inches Navigate stairs alone

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physical development early childhood
Physical Development Early Childhood
  • Slower growth
  • Weight- boys slightly larger
  • Epiphyses
  • Skeletal age
  • Primary teeth
  • Lymph tissue
motor skills for age 2
Motor Skills for Age 2
  • Run
  • Kick large ball
  • Jump 12 inches
  • Navigate stairs alone
  • Construct tower of six to eight blocks
  • Turn pages of a book singly
  • Put on simple clothing
  • Hold a glass with one hand
  • Spoon
motor skills for age 3
Motor Skills for Age 3
  • Stand on one foot
  • Hop on both feet
  • Ride a tricycle
  • Propel a wagon with one foot
  • Copy a circle
  • Draw a straight line
  • Pour from a pitcher
  • Catch a ball with arms extended
motor skills for age 4
Motor Skills for Age 4
  • Stunts on a tricycle
  • Descend a ladder, alternating feet
  • Gallop
  • Cut on a line with a scissors
  • Make crude letters
  • Catch ball with elbows in front of the body
  • Dress self
  • Fork
motor skills for age 5
Motor Skills for Age 5
  • Skip
  • Hop on one foot for 10 feet
  • Copy squares
  • Copy letters and numbers
  • Throw a ball well
  • Fasten buttons that are visible to the eye
  • Catch a ball with elbows at the sides
  • Knife
force and power
Force and Power
  • Boys are ahead of girls
fine motor skills
Fine Motor Skills
  • Girls are ahead
  • Gross skills that include balance- skipping and hopping
early childhood language development
Early Childhood Language Development
  • Phonology
  • Morphology
  • Syntax
  • Pragmatics
early childhood information processing
Early Childhood Information Processing
  • Attention
  • Recall
  • Memory strategies
  • Scripts
  • Metacognition
how play enhances cognitive development
How Play Enhances Cognitive Development
  • General Cognitive and Social Skills
  • Memory
  • Language and Literacy
  • Reasoning
types of preschool
Types of Preschool
  • Child-centered preschools
  • Academic preschools
child centered preschool
Child-centered Preschool
  • Provide variety of activities
  • Children select
academic preschool
Academic Preschool
  • Teacher in control
  • Structure
  • Repetition
quality of child care
Quality of child care
  • Physical setting
  • Group size
  • Caregiver/child ratio
  • Daily activities
  • Interactions among adults and children
  • Teacher qualification
  • Relationship with parents
  • Licensing and Accredations
piaget s preoperational stage
Piaget’s Preoperational Stage
  • Egocentric
  • Animistic thinking