P1- identify key aspects of physical, intellectual, emotional and social development at each of the life stages
There are four different life stages. These are physical, intellectual, emotional and social. In this section, I am going discuss about the life stages from conception to older age (65+)
Conception (egg and sperm)
When you are conceived the only life stage you go through is physical. The sperm and egg meet and fro then the foetus develop. You physically develop your body parts and grow to a certain size. When in the stomach you don’t have any emotional feelings, you don’t socialize with anyone and intellectually you don’t use your brain or anything. Infants (0-3 year old)
In the first 3 years, the baby learns how to crawl, roll over, walk and run. Your young and you experience different things every day. Your body is active so you are physically able to do anything. At that age you learn nursery rhymes, songs and you learn how to talk properly. You use your brain and do new thing every day. Emotionally you become closer and loved towards your family. You cry for your parents and you need their comfort to cheer you up. When you’re young you become closer to your family and you stay with them more and get to know each other. Your love for them develops. Childhood (4-10 year old)
Physically young children enjoy certain activities such as running, jumping, dancing, riding a bike and some children learn how to swim. They become more fit and active at that age and they are able to do many things. It is pivotal that they are supervised during the activities. Slowly they grow taller and become bigger. Intellectually children become more alert in education. They want to learn more and about their surroundings and history. They start asking question about different sorts if things. At this age their learning rapidly grows. Socially some children make new friends and they play together and become open towards each others. At this age they need friends...
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