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Design a child development booklet which outlines the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years, to include a chart or timeline which illustrates the different aspects of development.. Social, Physical, Intellectual, Communication and Language, Emotional.
Social development involves learning the values, knowledge and skills that enable children to relate to others effectively and to contribute in positive ways to family, school and the community. This kind of learning is passed on to children directly by those who care for and teach them, as well as indirectly through social relationships within the family or with friends, and through children’s participation in the culture around them. Through their relationships with others and their growing awareness of social values and expectations, children build a sense of who they are and of the social roles available to them. As children develop socially, they both respond to the inﬂuences around them and play an active part in shaping their relationships.
This section will give you some information about what children are typically doing at various ages and stages in their social development.
AGE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
MONTH Shows fear of strangers and excitement to familiar people
Laughs when head covered with towel
Laughs out loud
Holds out arms when wants to be picked up
Recognizes mother and self in mirror
Sees mother as a serperate person; father as a seperate person
MONTH Distinguishes from self and others
Fears strange people and places
Waves bye-bye, plays patty cake and peek-a-boo
Shows egocentric behaviour
Enjoys being the center of attention
Prefers certain people to others
Begins to adjust to babysitter
Likes to look at pictures
MONTH Unintentionally aggressive to other...