Age Comparison

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In the chart below, outline the differences is social skills between the different age groups. In other words, in each box outline the social skills the different age groups have. Infants | Toddlers/Twos | From the moment they are born, babies develop socially through communicating their needs. A newborn's cry is his first social interaction. They develop other social skills such as turning their head to watch interesting faces and smiling in response to an adult's smile. They can indicate emotions by laughing and cooing when they’re happy and crying when upset. By 12 months, they can use gestures such as waving, pointing and giving objects back and forth. They can also repeat simple sounds like "ma" and "ba"; and they can also recognize and respond to their own name | They begin to express more interest in other children. They enjoy playing the same game side-by-side. By two, they enjoy pretend play, they seem to imitate actions that they see adults do, such as feeding a baby doll and putting it to bed. They also begin to speak and use sentences of at least two words. They are beginning to develop empathy and may enjoy giving another child a turn to play with a toy.

| Preschool | Elementary | They will become more independent and begin to focus more on adults and children .They want to explore and ask about the things around them a lot more. Children will be able to ride a tricycle, use scissors, help to dress and undress themselves, play with other children, recall part of a story, and sing a song. | As children enter the school-age years, they begin to show signs of the buddy system. Parents continue to be the most important people in their life, but relationships with other kids become important. Children are also learning how to control their urges and express appropriate behavior without direct supervision. They also show competition when playing…...

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