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  • 1. Growth Mr Tall Development Little Miss Wise Physical development Gross motor Fine motor Mr Strong Mr Tickle Cognitive development Mr Clever Communication and language development Mr and Little Miss Chatterbox Emotional development Mr Happy Social development Mr Funny Mr Men do child development revision Unit 1: Patterns of Child Development
  • 2. Mr Tall Mr Tall has stopped growing but he won’t stop developing. Key aspects of children’s growth are changes to… 1. 2. 3. 4. What is measured to monitor growth to make sure it is consistent with expected patterns and can highlight any issues at an early stage? 1. 2. 3. 1. 6 factors could affect a child’s growth 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. LA A: Understand growth and development in children
  • 3. Physical development Gross motor Fine motor Communication and language development Little Miss Wise She is so wise because she is always developing new skills and learning new knowledge. Little Miss Wise knows that development is holistic, which means that children develop skills at different rates and in different areas of development. Cognitive development Emotional and behavioural development Social development Remember, children’s development is holistic and interconnected meaning children need to develop muscles in their mouth (physical development) as they learn to talk (communication and language development) LA A: Understand growth and development in children
  • 4. Language development supports social development and cognitive development. How? Physical development supports cognitive development. How? Social development supports language development. How? Little Miss Wise Little Miss Wise is very wise; how has the links between the different areas of development helped to make her wise? LA A: Understand growth and development in children Emotional development supports social development. How?
  • 5. Physical development Gross motor Fine motor Cognitive development Communication and language development Developmental norms are sometimes called milestones. Although children grow and development at different rates, growth and development usually occurs in the same sequence. You need to know the usual sequence and the characteristics of developmental milestones from birth up to eight years. LA B: Understand the characteristics of children’s development from birth up to eight years Emotional and behavioural development Social development Birth up to twelve months (0 – 1 year)
  • 6. Physical development Gross motor Fine motor Cognitive development Communication and language development Emotional and behavioural development Social development LA B: Understand the characteristics of children’s development from birth up to eight years Twelve months up to three years (1 year – 3 years)
  • 7. Physical development Gross motor Fine motor Cognitive development Communication and language development Emotional and behavioural development Social development LA B: Understand the characteristics of children’s development from birth up to eight years Three years up to eight years (3 years - 8 years)
  • 8. Physical development Cognitive development Communication and language development Emotional and social development Adults are very important for children’s growth and development. Adults can positively influence children’s development by encouraging, supporting, listening and helping children. Sometimes adults can negatively influence children’s growth and development by not providing a nutritious diet and providing a lack of support. LA C: Understand how adults in early years settings can support children’s development
  • 9. Little Miss Busy has been busy revising. She is eager to show off her knowledge and understanding of the patterns of child development by answering the ONE mark exam questions below. Running is an example of: o A Fine motor development o B Social development o C Gross motor development o D Language development Which milestone in a child’s emotional and social development is expected at two years of age? o A They start to take turns o B They may be distracted from having tantrums o C They develop close friendships o D They compare themselves with others o D Language development A child is expected to sit unsupported at: o A Three months o B Six months o C Nine months o D Twelve months Which of the following is measured regularly to monitor a baby’s growth? o A Hand o B Waist o C Head o D Chest o D Language development
  • 10. Little Miss Star has also been revising and wants to show that she can answer the TWO mark questions below. Romana is seven years old and is reaching the expected milestone. Describe one activity that could be used support Romana’s number skills. 2 marks Josh is three years old and enjoys attending a nursery Explain one way in which early years professionals could support Josh’s ‘emotional and social development’. 2 marks
  • 11. Little Miss Brainy wants to get a merit in the exam and is going to answer the six mark question below. Saira is six years old and has experienced a number of transitions: she has started a new school and her parents have recently fostered a two-year-old girl. (a) Describe the effect of one of these transitions on Saira’s ‘emotional and social development’. 2 marks (b) Explain one way in which Saira’s parents could minimise the negative impact of either transition on Saira’s ‘emotional and social development’. 2 marks (c) Explain one way in which Saira’s teachers could minimise the negative impact of either transition on Saira’s ‘social and emotional development’. 2 marks
  • 12. Discuss how regular routines can affect the overall development of pre-school age children. Little Miss Brainy loves writing essays because it allows her to show off how brainy she is. She has practised lots of eight mark questions similar to the one below. Use the descriptions of marks to plan and write an essay that will achieve full marks. Mark Descriptor 0 No rewardable material 1-3 A few key points identified, or one point described in some detail. The answer is likely to be in the form of a list. Only one viewpoint considered. Points made will be superficial/generic and not applied/directly linked to the situation in the question. 4-6 Some points identified, or a few key points described. Consideration of more than one viewpoint but there will be more emphasis on one of them. The answer is unbalanced. Most points made will be relevant to the situation in the question, but the link will not always be clear. 7-8 Range of points described, or a few key points explained in depth. All sides of the case are considered and the answer is well–balanced, giving weight to all viewpoints. The majority of points made will be relevant and there will be a clear link to the situation in the question.

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