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Presentation about developments (physical, cognitive and psychosocial) in early childhood.

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    • Early Childhood.
      Physical, Cognitive and Psychosocial development.
    • Profile.
      Name: Dulce Adriana Alas Pérez.
      Age:6 years old.
      Nationality: Salvadoran.
      Formal studies: Kindergarten.
      Family: mother, grandmother and sister.
      Personality type: Dulce is a talkative girl, she likes to interact with girls of her same age and personality, Dulce is friendly and responsible at school.
    • Physical Development.
      Eat healthy food.
    • Avoid too much candies.
    • Stay actives (Gross motor skills).
    • Drawing (Fine motor skill).
    • Cutting (Fine motor skill).
    • Making a braid (Fine motor skill).
    • Serving juice (Fine motor skill).
    • Brushing teeths (Fine motor skill).
    • Cognitive Development.
    • Which has more?
    • What is your doll?
    • Psychosocial Development.
    • Conclusion.