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Toddlers _______________________________. a. show the same pace of gross motor development as fine motor development b. who do not walk by 1 year are likely to have a gross motor problem c. in traditional cultures are equal to toddlers from Western cultures in the development of their gross motor skills d. can usually run before they can stand briefly on one leg
in traditional cultures are equal to toddlers from Western cultures in the development of their gross motor skills
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Define gross motor development and describe the changes in gross motor skills during early childhood.
37-48 months Throws ball underhand 49-60 months Bounces and catches ball 61-72 months Throws ball (13.4m boy: 7.6m girl)
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A nurse is talking with the parents of a 6-month-old infant about gross motor development. Which of the following gross motor skills are expected findings in the next 3 months? (Select all that apply.) A. Rolls from back to front B. Bears weight on legs C. Walks holding onto furniture D. Sits unsupported E. Sits down from a standing position
Gross Motor Development 24 months
can kick with more dexterity
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Gross Motor Development 11 months
walk without support
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Gross Motor Development 15 months
stand and begin to climb
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Gross Motor Development 18 months
Puberty refers to a period of: a) declining abstract thought and emotional maturation during late adolescence involving neural and synaptic development in the brain. b) declining gross motor development during late childhood due to the maturation of the temporal and parietal lobes. c) rapid psychological and emotional maturation that lasts through adolescence and is a product of enhanced cognitive development. d) rapid physical maturation involving hormonal and bodily changes that occurs primarily during early adolescence.
d) rapid physical maturation involving hormonal and bodily changes that occurs primarily during early adolescence.
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What is the sequence of gross motor development during toddlerhood? a. Toddling, walking without support, standing on one leg, running with stiff legs, kicking a ball b. Running with stiff legs, standing on one leg, kicking a ball, walking without support, toddling c. Standing on one leg, walking without support, kicking a ball, running with stiff legs d. Toddling, kicking a ball, standing on one leg, walking without support, running with stiff legs
a. Toddling, walking without support, standing on one leg, running with stiff legs, kicking a ball
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