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Grade 7 LMS child development

caregiver a person who takes care of a child or a sick or elderly person.
parenthood the function of being a parent
parenting the process of caring for children and helping them to grow and learn
guidance giving direction to children
discipline the task of teaching a child which behavior is acceptable and which is not.
punishment the way of discouraging inappropriate behavior
child abuse physical of emotional mistreatment of a child.
consistent reacting the same way to the same situation each time it occurs
developmental tasks achievement or milestones such as walking and talking that can be expected of children at various ages and stages of growth
conscience the internal moral code that directs people's behavior
toddlers children who are one to three years old
preschoolers children who are three to five
attention span the length of time a person can concentrate on any one thing
solitary or independent play playing alone and showing little interest in interacting with other children
parallel play play that occurs alongside of rather than with a friend
cooperative play playing together with one or two other children and sharing toys
group play playing with several other children
Created by: sueroberts