Cognitive Developmental theory

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Cognitive Developmental theory by Mind Map: Cognitive Developmental theory

1. make friends

2. ability to pair each object counted with a number word

3. last number in a set of object represent the total number of objects

4. healthy challenge

5. 3 to 4 years old

5.1. Sleep pattern

5.1.1. 10 hours per night

5.1.2. no afternoon nap

5.1.3. get ready for bed

5.2. eating patterns

5.2.1. prepares own breakfast

5.2.2. self cleanup

5.2.3. self serving

5.3. communication

5.3.1. reads familiar words

5.3.2. can copy words

5.3.3. use short sentences

5.4. gross motor skills

5.4.1. tripod grasp refined

5.4.2. enhanced eye hand cordnation

5.4.3. reproduces own name

5.5. cognitive skills

5.5.1. rote counting upto 100

5.5.2. object arrangements by size

5.5.3. conservation skills

5.6. personal & social development

5.6.1. emotional control

5.6.2. can use humor

5.6.3. fewer mood swings

5.7. toileting skills

5.7.1. can go toilet alone

5.7.2. able to use toilet

5.8. toileting routine

5.8.1. remind the child to flush

5.8.2. teach the child to wash hands

5.8.3. teach child to wipe the seat

5.9. flash card

5.9.1. make learning more meaningful

5.9.2. encourage to memorize words

5.10. ball skills

5.10.1. throws ball overhand

5.10.2. better control on kicking the ball

5.11. gross motor skills

5.11.1. balancing

5.11.2. running

6. conservation

6.1. preservation of physical quantity during transformation & a reaction

7. rota counting

7.1. counting by memory without understanding the meaning of number

8. object enumeration

8.1. count object using the proper sequence

9. cardinality principle

10. one to one correspondance-

11. 5 years old

11.1. obstacle course

11.1.1. series of challenging physical obstacle a team must navigate through

11.2. benefit

11.2.1. a lot of exercise and fun

11.3. cognitive

11.3.1. able to write 1 to 100 with few mistakes

11.3.2. able to recognise things

11.3.3. the child may or may not learn to help themselves

11.4. nightmare

11.4.1. stay calm

11.4.2. think about themselves

11.4.3. stay with the child

11.5. communication skills

11.5.1. can state full name and address

12. 7 to 8 years old

12.1. personal & social developmental alert

12.1.1. shows more independence

12.1.2. likes to sing and dance

12.1.3. aware of sexuality

12.2. educator guidelines of computer and video games

12.2.1. the SPICE concept

12.2.2. how to play

12.2.3. time limits

13. 9 to 12 years old

13.1. swearing

13.1.1. way of speaking to express the feeling of anger and frustation

13.2. ouch

13.2.1. an expression of ones physical pain

13.3. gross motor developmental

13.3.1. swimming

13.3.2. gymnastic , skitting

13.3.3. jumping , running , twisting

13.3.4. throwing, catching and bending

13.4. fine motor skills

13.4.1. tripod grasp established

13.4.2. control on writing, painting

13.4.3. manipulation of play dough

13.5. cognitive development

13.5.1. abstract thinking

13.5.1.1. understand complex concept such as death, illness, adoption

13.5.2. independent thinking

13.5.3. conversation

13.5.3.1. uses langauage to express feelings

13.5.3.2. may immitate slang or swearing

13.5.4. reading comphrension in terms of grammer