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23 terms

AR FACS Standard 5

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authoritarian parenting style
a parenting style where parents are highly demanding and controlling, with little or no affection
caregiver
a person that provides care for and meets the needs of someone else
conception
union of an ovum (egg) and sperm, resulting in the beginning of a pregnancy
cooperative play
activity in which children actually play with one another
democratic parenting style
A parenting style where parents set rules that are necessary and enforce them, but they will also take each situation as it comes
development
to go through a natural process of growth
discipline
training that corrects, molds, and perfects ones actions
emotional development
a development process that refers to the ability to experience, express, and control emotins
guidance
the act or function of providing leadership and direction on how to make wise decisions
imitation
learning that occurs by watching and copying the actions of others
intellectual development
a developmental process that refers to the growth of the brain and the use of mental skills
needs
anything necessary to sustain life
parallel play
activity in which children play side by side without interacting
parenting
the process of caring for children and helping them grow
permissive parenting style
a parenting style that allows freedom, lax parenting that doesn't set limits or enforce rules consistently
physical development
a developmental process that refers to the physical growth of a person's body; this growth affects height, weight, and internal body systems
prenatal
from conception to birth
responsibility
an obligation or duty for which a person is held accountable
self-discipline
the ability to direct your own behavior in a responsible way
adolescence
the period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood
moral development
development process that refers to the ability to know right from wrong; the process of acquiring the standards of behavior considered acceptable by society
social development
developmental process that refers to the way people relate to others around them
solitary play
type of play in which babies tend to play alone and ignore other children laying nearby