Social-Emotional Development

Summer Dilwood


temperate description

  • The word temperate refers to quality and intensity reactions
  • children can display a different level of irritability
  • passivity relates to how the child reacts to surroundings
  • Active patterns or levels of movement also vary in infants
  • adjust all the temperate of different children


attachment description

  • Strong emotional development between people
  • infants know where they can depend on when they need something
  • children can develop separation anxiety
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Changes over time

changes over time

Birth to three months

  • Dont have refined emotions
  • Distress is shown by crying
Three to six months

  • Respond by by smiling and laughing
  • Make happy sounds
  • Smile at other babies
  • Tears begin to appear
  • Use different cries to signal types of distress
Six to twelve months

  • Become actively involved with caregivers
  • They express happiness joy and surprise
  • they may push away if you take them away from caregiver
Twelve to twenty-four months

  • separation anxiety takes place
  • children may cling to parents that is leaving soon
  • they feel more likely to explore
  • become aware of their own abilities
  • they like saying the word "no"

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