Lesson 8.1 Review and Assessment
The _____ grows faster than any other tissue or organ in the infant’s body during the first year.
Describe an infant’s body proportions and physical development in terms of: (a) head, (b) jaw and chin, (c) head compared to chest circumference, (d) abdomen, and (e) legs.
Nonpermanent teeth, sometimes called
, are technically called _____.
Give two examples of reflexes and explain how they are important for survival.
What is the difference between gross-motor skills and fine-motor skills? List some examples for each type of skill.
involved in motor development.
List the following motor skills in order of occurrence: (a) sits with support, (b) raises the head while on abdomen, (c) creeps, (d) walks, (e) rolls over from front to back, and (f) stands without help.
Why are infants’ heads so large during the first year of life?
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