Physical 1

Physical 1

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  • Head to foot: Control of head first, legs and feet control slower Near to far: Arms/hands then fingers Simple to  complex: Gross motor skills to fine motor skills
  • Weight gain is one of the best signs of good health. Compared to the rest of the body, a baby's head and abdomen are large. The legs and arms are short and small. 
  • Senses: Hearing- sense of hearing develops before birth. Touch- newborns lack both sufficient brain development and movement to explore touch. Smell/Taste- sense of smell does not develop until after birth. The sense of taste also develops rapidly.
  • Usually at 6 months, table food can start to be introduced.
  • Month 1: Lifts head Month 2: make "ooh" and "aah" sounds Month 3: opens and closes hands Month 4: supports upper body on hands
  • Feeding Sequence: Hold bottle - Finger food - Utensils
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