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In this table I have observed a girl who is 4 years old and have describe her physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional developments that she has been through.

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Unit 4: Assignment 4. 1C Child 1 In this table I have observed a girl who is 4 years old and have describe her physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional developments that she has been through. Physical development Intellectual development Language development Social development Emotional development The physical development was the body shape and proportion change during infancy and early childhood as the child develops a more adult-like body. For example, some were of early age and look different but she looked a little older than them. And that she became more co-ordinated and have the confidence to play with everyone in the nursery. The first child was 4 years of age and she would follow simple instructions and recognising when something is wrong. ...read more.

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She would get along with everyone and would be nice and kind to everyone but would only play with one girl and sometimes they would fight and then make up again. Her emotions would always be happy and want to socialise with everyone. However, if they would not listen to her she would have a little temper. Child 2 In this table I have observed a boy who is 3 years old and have describe his physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional developments that he has been through. Physical development Intellectual development Language development Social development Emotional development This child was just the same and the other boys in the nursery but a tiny bit bigger than the other boys. ...read more.

Conclusion

Social development for him was when they were playing he would play but I would see him on his own playing happy but I think it is because of his communication and that he does not have that confidence to talk to the other children but the other children including the boys with try and play and talk to him. Emotional development for him was good because he was not always sad; so he was happy and wanted just playing on his own so the language development has not caused him to be upset for himself but is trying to have more confidantes. ?? ?? ?? ?? Sana Parkar ...read more.

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