Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development from Birth – 19 Years:

Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years:
Development can be defined as ‘growth’ or as an ‘occurrence of something’. In a child development can be measured through several milestones in social, physical, emotional, intellectual, and communicational milestones. Development in different children can vary due to different factors, however most children will develop roughly the same. It is important to analyse and inspect each area of development for each individual child to find out if their development is even across all areas.
The important areas of development involve physical development (muscles and physical coordination, motor control and movement), social development (which include relationships, social skills, and interacting with others), intellectual development (which is about thinking and reasoning, problem solving, memory development as well as understanding and processing information), communicational development (which is being able to express themselves, building social and personal relations and being able to communicate and speak through gestures, body language and words), and lastly emotional development (which covers self-confidence, emotions, trust and feelings of security). All of these developments are vital in a child’s upbringing. They can be summed up using the acronym ‘SPICE’. To explain the rate and sequence of each aspect of development, the development and progress will be divided into age groups.
0-3 months:
-physical development: Physical development is very rapid in the early stages; they will start to smile and respond to the sounds around them. They will sleep a lot and they’ll move their arms and legs. They will learn to roll over on their backs and their hand eye coordination will start to develop gradually.
-Language development: They will learn to use their voice and enjoy babbling and making sounds. They will recognise sounds and movements and try to copy sounds.
-social and...