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1

What ages does infancy range from?

0-2 years.

2

What is a gross motor skill?

The ability to move and co-ordinate the movement of large limbs.

3

What is a fine motor skill?

The ability to move and co-ordinate the movement of hands and fingers.

4

Give 4 examples of gross motor skills?

Crawling
Walking
Running
Climbing

5

Give 4 examples of fine motor skills?

Writing
Painting
Tying shoe laces
Holding a fork

6

What is language development?

Process which children go through as they learn to communicate with others.

7

What is a bond?

Forming an attachment with parent or carer.

8

What is growth?

Increase in height and weight which can be measured.

9

How does a child develop?

Gains skills and able to control actions of the body.

10

What does Egocentric mean?

Seeing things from only your view or perspective.

11

What type of grasp do you use for gross motor skills?

Palmer grasp

12

What type of grasp do you use for fine motor skills?

Pincer grasp

13

What type of 5 activities benefit physical development?(FINE)

Colouring books
Independent feeding
Jigsaws
Shape sorters
Building blocks

14

What type of 4 activities benefit physical development?(MOTOR)

Baby walkers
Jumperoo's
Baby gym
Scooters

15

What is intellectual development within infancy?

About thinking and how the mind works.

16

How does the baby respond at birth?

Through senses

17

Name one intellectual development that occurs at the age of 1?

Words start to form.

18

Name one intellectual development that occurs at 18 months?

Know 6 words.

19

Name one intellectual development that occurs at 2 years?

2-3 words in a sentence.

20

How is an early relationship formed?

By interaction

21

What types of activities encourage sharing?

Pass the parcel.
Waiting in line.
Sharing sweets.

22

What is self-image?

The mental picture we have of ourselves.

23

What is self esteem?

How much like, accept and respect yourself.