Understand child and young person development
Moral development is linked to social development children need to know what is socially acceptable behaviour this will help to building a successful relationship. Understanding what is right and wrong is important to, boundaries in the setting should be clear.
Moral development doesn’t start till the child is about 2 years old:
2 years old – they begin to understand the consequences to their actions and what happens to others.
7 years – at this age they have a clear sense of right and wrong.
10 – 11 years – have a understanding of rules so everyone can live happily alongside each other.
13 – 19 years – have developed their own values and ideas and they may be different to their parents and family member this is when children will challenge others.
The difference between a sequence of development and the rate of development is. A sequence of development is the order the development happens in such as walking, crawling, and sitting up. The rate of development is how quickly they do it such as one child maybe walking at 10 months but another not. With every child been an individual they all do thing at different speeds but this doesn’t mean a child is behind as they may progress in other areas faster.
Personal factors that may influence children and young people’s development these factors are health status, disability, sensory impairment and learning difficulties.
If a mother smokes, takes drugs, becomes ill or suffers from anxiety or stress while pregnant this can sometime cause premature birth and health problems for babies such as low birth weight, undeveloped organs and problems with sight and hearing also these are all problem that can delay a child development. Some children are born with disorders that affect development such as blood disease. Some health problems are genetic or caused by the environment that children grow up in. when children live in poor quality...