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Offers an summary of improvement, then describes rules and sequences of actual, cognitive, and social/emotional improvement on the toddler, youngster, preschool, and first degrees. person modifications and developmental norms are under pressure all through.
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Walking, for instance, is presented in this chapter as the logical next step in a biologically based process of myelination from head to feet. What it means for a child to begin walking, page_59 Page 60 however, varies among cultural and family contexts. Walking may be perceived as a positive milestone that reflects cultural values of independence and individuality or as a mere matter of convenience in families with new babies who also need to be carried.
Similarly, the 14-month-olds are probably not exhibiting developmental delays; in all likelihood their interests and experiences have provided them with early success in language, social, and fine motor skills. Similar typical variations in the acquisition of early motor skills can be observed in development of head control, sitting, rolling, standing, cruising, visually directed reaching, and use of the hands for grasping. By the time children are 2 years old, it is impossible to tell whether they walked at 8 or 15 months or began to use a fine pincer grasp at 10 or 14 months.
Early Childhood Development and Its Variations (Lea's Early Childhood Education Series) by Kristine Slentz