Motor: turns, grasps, reaches. Social: recognizes faces, attachment. Verbal: repeats, babbles
How children are able to move from one stage of thought into the next. As children progress, it is important to maintain a balance between applying previous knowledge (assimilation) and changing behavior to account for new knowledge (accommodation).
Motor: Draws simple person, buttons/zippers, combs hair, brushes teeth, hops, copies cross. Social: Hypochondriasis, curious about body fxn, nightmares/phobias, imaginary friends. Verbal: Good verbal expression, prepositions.
Motor: stacks 3 blocks, thorws ball, climbs stairs, cribbles. Social: Reapprochment. Verbal: 10 words, says name.
During this stage, infants and toddlers acquire knowledge through sensory experiences and manipulating objects
The Sensorimotor Stage
Motor: Sits, crawls, pulls up, pincer grasp. Social: Stranger anxiety, gestures. Verbal: Imitates sounds, responds to name/instructions.
Undresses, "No", kicks ball.
Ties shoelaches, understands death. Logic.
Kids at this point of development begin to think more logically, but their thinking can also be very rigid. They tend to struggle with abstract and hypothetical concepts.
The Concrete Operational Stage
Motor: WALKS. Social: Separation anxiety Verbal: First word, object permanence.
0-2 years - Piaget
Motor: Ties shoelaces, rides bike, prints letters, copies triagle. Social: Right/wrong, death. Verbal: Begins to read, logic.
Motor: Stacks 6 blocks, kicks ball, undresses, utensils, copies line. Social: Parallel play, says "No". Verbal: 250 words, 2 word sentences, names body parts, pronouns.
Motor: lifts shoulders Social: smile Verbal: coos
Motor: Stacks 9 blocks, rides tricycle, scissors, partial dress, copies circle. Social: Gender ID, toilet training, spend day away from primary caregiver. Verbal: 900 words, complete sentences, ID's color.
An increase in logic, the ability to use deductive reasoning, and an understanding of abstract ideas.
The Formal Operational Stage
catches ball, detailed person, plays cooperatively.
At this stage, kids learn through pretend play but still struggle with logic and taking the point of view of other people.
Motor: Draws detailed person, skips, catches ball (2 hands), copies square. Social: Plays cooperatively. Verbal:
altering existing schemas, or ideas, as a result of new information or new experiences. New schemas may also be developed during this process.
Gender ID, toilet training, tricycle, complete sentences.
(2-7 years) - Piaget
Motor: Follows objects, lifts head. Social: Comforted by voice and touch. Verbal: Cries
Walks, First word
12 - 15 months
The process of taking in new information into our previously existing schemas is known as assimilation.
imaginary friends, draws a simple person, brushes teeth.
climbs stairs, says name, throws ball, scribbles.
7-11 years - Piaget
11-adolescence - Piaget