Intellectual development of toddler
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  • 1. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF TODDLER
  • 2. 12-18 MONTHS Discovering new ways to solve problems “little scientists” Repeating actions Working toward a goal One word sentences
  • 3. 18-24 MONTHS-BEGINNING OF THOUGHT Deferred imitation Will recall an observed behavior and imitate it later  Thinking and goals Get a stool to reach an object  Thinking and hiding games Will look for something they didn’t see hid
  • 4. 18-24 MONTHS - THOUGHT Thinking and shape, size, color, & texture Thinking and object exploration Thinking and language  Associate the word with the person or object to which it refers  Recall the word and its meaning when they hear the word or want to say it 2 or more words to form sentences
  • 5. LANGUAGE Sometimes they substitute one sound for another  D for TH …. Dat instead of That Change order of letter  Perslip instead of slipper Drop letters  Seepy instead of sleepy
  • 6. LANGUAGE Parents should talk correctly, but not correct child More parents talk , the better Fastest vocabulary growth is at 30 months Girls excel in verbal skills more than boys
  • 7. VOCAB … TODDLER INTELLECT Encoding allows the perceived item of use or interest to be converted into a construct that can be stored within the brain and recalled later from short term or long term memory. Empathy: the intellectual identification with or vicarious experiencing of th e feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another. Storage: refers to the retention of information, which has been achieved through the encoding process, in the brain for a prolonged period of time until it is accessed through recall. Retrieval: refers to recalling of events or information from the past