|An increase in physical size ( mass and weight)
|Process of the gain and complexity of new skills, abilities and emotions.
|Used to compare a child's pattern of growth to the average growth rates of children of the same age.
|Things to do with the body.
|Things to do with the mind.
|Things affecting your feelings.
|Things affecting your human interaction.
|What most children can do at a particular age.
|0-3 years old.
|4-10 years old.
|11-18 years old.
|19-64 years old.
|65+ years old.
|To do with money
|Where someone lives or their housing conditions.
|Self esteem (how you feel about yourself) + Self image (how you see yourself)
|Lack of resources sufficient to maintain a healthy existence or an acceptable standard of living.
|Objects/things that people own.
|Related to our system of beliefs, practices, dress, language and religious beliefs.
|The psychological and social development of male and female roles in society.
|Characteristics or diseases are passed from parent to child in genes or DNA, can be eye colour, hair colour or down syndrome and cystic fibrosis.
|Treating someone badly either physically or emotionally.
|Gross Motor Skills
|Single limb movement e.g. throwing, catching.
|Fine Motor Skills
|Precise use of hands and fingers e.g. drawing, doing up buttons.