FC: Growth and Development Project | By: Natalie Gora
1: July 8, 1994
2: Last Menstural Cycle | The woman has her last period. The first day of your menstrual cycle is the start of your pregnancy. | WEEK 1
3: Endometrium is formed/ Fertilization | The eggs ripen in fluid sacs called follicles. The eggs are relseased and travel down the fallopian tube(ovulation). The sperm then enter the egg and the egg becomes fertilized. The egg forms a cell that starts dividing and the gender of the baby is determined. | WEEK 2
4: Goes down to the uterus | WEEK 3 | The fertilized egg begins dividing and floats down to the uterus. The egg burrows into the lining of the uterus.
5: WEEK 4 | Implantation | The fertilized egg is now a blastocyst. The egg is still mulitpying at this week. The embryo starts to develop. The blastocyst releases a hormone(hCG) into the mothers blood stream. The mother then starts to see signs that see is pregnant.
6: WEEK 5 | The cells start to develop. | The cells begin to develop into the embryo, the amniotic sac, and the placenta. The ovum is implanted in the uterus wall. The amniotic fluid is being built up. The embryo doubles in size. The embryo starts reciving oxygen and nutrition through the placenta.
7: WEEK 6 | Formation of all body organs and systems. | Ears start to form. All the major body organs and systems are formed but not fully developed. The heart is also formed and a heart beat can be detected. The spine and spinal cord grow and will have the appearance of a tail. Blood cells and blood vessels are developing. The brain begins divide into five parts. The development of the yes begin.
8: Arms and legs begin to grow. | WEEK 7 | The babys digestive system is becoming distinguished. The neural tube closes. The physical symptoms of pregnancy have started. The embryos arms and legs begin to grow from buds. Lenses of the yes appear. The lower jaw and vocal cords are beginning to form. The inner ear is reated and the mouth opening is formed.
9: WEEK 8 | Facial development | Limbs are stretching out. The embryonic tail has almost disappered. The embryo is beginning to grow muscle fibers. The heart has divided into left and right chambers. The baby’s facial features are fisible. The baby starts to practice moving. Teeth begin to develop under the gums.
10: Fingers and toes have nails | MONTH 3 | The baby will weigh have half and ounce and be about three inches long. The eyes are formed and the fingers and toes are becoming visible. They now have soft nails. Genital organs can be seen with an ultra sound and internal organs are working. Kidneys are developed and the baby’s heart has four chambers and beats. Hair may start to form on the head.
11: The baby can hear | Our little angel is growing up so fast... wish you could stay little forever | MONTH 4 | Eyebrows and eyelashes appear. The baby moves and kicks. It will weigh about five ounces and be five to six inches long. The baby’s face countiues to develop. The outer ear is formed and the baby can now hear.
12: MONTH 5 | The baby’s jawbone and teeth are beginning to form. It can clench its fists and the fingernails have grown to the tips of the fingers. The internal organs are maturing. The baby is more active now. Fat is stored beneath the baby’s skin. The baby turns from side to side and head over heels. Baby now weighs about eleven ounces. | Baby turns
13: MONTH 6 | The baby starts to look like a miniature human. | The baby can suck its thumb and hiccup. It wil have patterns of sleep. The skin is still thin. Real hair and toenails are beginning to grow. The brain is developing. Baby girls will develop eggs in their ovaries. The bones are becoming solid. The lungs are not yet developed. The baby will be about eleven to fourteen inches long and weigh one to one point six pounds.
14: MONTH 7 | Fat is built up under the skin. | The eyes can now open and close. The baby exercises by kicking and stretching. The baby is coated with a waxy substance called vernix caeosa. The baby is also building up a layer of fat. The baby is about sixteen inches long and weighs about two point five to three pounds.
15: Our little sweetie pie | MONTH 8 | The baby turns upside down. | The face starts to get chubby. Most babies will be upside down. The baby is about eighteen inches long and weighs around four point five to five point five pounds.
16: GERM LAYERS | What are the three germ layers and describe what they will become? The three germ layers are the endoderm which is the lining of respitaory tract and GI tract. It creates lingins of pancreatic, hepatic, and urinary ducts and various glands. The ectoderm is the outer layer. It creates the epidermis of the skin, the cornea and lens, muscles, bones and face, and brain and spinal cord. Mesoderm is another rgerm layer and it is the middle layer. It forms the dermis of the ski, most muscles and bones, many glands, kidneys and gonads, and components of the circulatory system.
17: AFTER BIRTH
18: MONTH 1-2 | Month 2: The baby can lift its head forty five degrees when lying on its stomach. The head bobs forward when sitting up. Grasp reflex decreases. The babies cries become more distinctive. The baby vocalizes to familiar sounds. | Month 1: Hands stay clenched. The baby can only see in black and white. Strong grasp reflex is present. Can lift head for a short time.
19: MONTH 3-4 | Month 3: The baby can hold some objects when given to. The grasp reflex is compelty gone. The baby will smile when its se familiar people. It can bear weight on forearms. The baby can now hold its head up when sitting but still bobs a little. | Baby Girl | Month 4: The baby has good head control and starts to drool. It can roll from back to side. Explores and plays with hands. Can grasp objects with both hands. The baby gains hand-eye coordination. Makes constant sounds and laughs. The baby also enjoys being rocked, bounced, or swung.
20: MONTH 5-6 | Month 5: Signs of teething begins. The baby can hold its head up when sitting. Rolls from back to stomach. Plays with toes. Watches objects that are dropped. Smiles at mirror images. Can tell family and strangers apart. Begins to discover parts of their body. | Month 6: Chewing and bitting occur. Rolls from back tto stomach. Grasps and controls small objects. The baby can hold a bottle. It can grabs its feet and pull them to their mouth. Can turn its head from side to side and looks up and down. The baby can also recgoinize its parents.
21: MONTH 7-8 | Month 7: The baby can sit without support. It can transfer objects from one hand to the other. It can also bang objects on surfaces. Responds to name. The baby also has taste preferences and talks when others are talking. | Month 8: The baby is getting better at sitting without support. Can bear weight on its legs and may stand holding on to furniture. It is able to release objects. Reaches for toys that are out of reach. Begins combining syllables but does not attach meaning. The baby also understands no and dislikes diaper changes and being dressed.
22: MONTH 9-10 | Month 9: The baby begins to crawl and can pull up to standing position from sitting. Uses thumb and index finger to pick up objects. The baby can respond to simple verbal commands. | Month 10: The baby can sit by falling down and lift one foot to take a step while standing. It can also comprehend “bye-bye” and waves bye. It also repeats actions that attract attention. And enjoys being read to and follows pictures in books.
23: MONTH 11-12 | Month 11: The baby can walk holding on to furniture and other objects. Becomes excited when a task is mastered. Shakes head for no. can fit objects into each other. | Month 12: The baby can walk with one hand held. May stand alone and start to take first steps without help. Can turn pages in a book. Comprehends the meaning of several words and imitates sounds. The baby also shows affection.
24: MONTH 13-14 | Month 13: The baby now becomes a toddler. It can walk and imitate the mother. It can also hold a cup, say one or two recognizable words, and point out what it wants. The toddler still does not like diaper changes. It starts to attempt at friendship. It will start to throw food and be a messy eater. The toddler also develops separation anxiety. | Month 14: It now has around half a dozen words in its vocabulary. The toddler is very negative now and acts out most of the time. She likes to make messes and empty things from anywhere. She likes to drop things as well. The toddler can now get bowlegs, flat feet, and toeing out but all three should disappear and its legs and feet develop and her balance improves.
25: Our little angel is growing up so fast... wish you could stay little forever | MONTH 15-16 | Month 16: The toddler begins to run and climb. She gains erratic eating habits. She also begins to teeth. | Month 15: The toddler becomes selfish and treats other toddlers and objects rather than people. The toddler now says no a lot, like to crawl, has a tendency to push or pull, and grunts when she does not get what she wants.
26: MONTH 17-18 | Month 17: The toddler starts to express themselves by screaming. | Month 18: She starts to develop toddler sleep problems. She also may tend to wake up early in the morning. The toddler has separation anxiety now.
27: Ages 0-2: Children learn by exploring with their hands and mouth. They bang, throw, drop, shake, and put items in their mouths. They learn to use a spoon, drink from a cup, and learn to comb their hair. At age two, they have a vocabulary of fifty words. They will use two to three word sentences. They learn to hold their head up, roll, and sit. After twenty four months, children begin to run, kick a ball, and walk up and down stairs while holding on to someones hand. At this age, talking begins with babbaling. Crying is the primary means of communication with infants.
28: Age 3-4: Children begin with imaginary play. They begin to name colors and understand simple counting. Hopping,climbing, and swinging begin at this age. Interaction with other children increases. | Age 4-5: they stimulate their language development by reading and talking. By age five, many kids stand on one foot for at least ten seconds. Children can draw a person with up to four body parts by age five.
29: Age 5-7: Children start to reliaze they have a ot of fails and mishaps. They can draw a person with up to four body parts. They learn how to deal with conflict and how to solv3e problems without too much emotion. Can count to 100. They become restless. Self-centered | Love You
30: Age 7-10: They can begin working well with others. They have their feelings hurt easily. They become more competatve and can start to being harder on their younger siblings. A lot of physical ablities will develop. Start to enjoy the social aspects of learning. | Age 10-13: Children at this age move from concrete thinking to abstract thinking. They either love school or hate it. Kids tend to start to hit puberty. Relationships with friends start to become more complex. Peer pressure starts to be a problem.
31: Age 15-18: Children now become teenagers. They expand their logic and reasoning ablities. They start to think about their future. They understand peoples views and have a better perspective on ideas. They become more and more mature. They start to have trouble waking up in the morning. Teens are heavily influenced on on friends, clothing, styles, and music.
32: Age 16-19: Teens now are heavily influenced by peer pressure. They tend to ask for help from their friends rather than their parents. They now are looking at colleges and have stress over education. They tend to stay away from home more often. Teens are now becoming young adults. They try to pick their futures out as best they can. They now have two to five actual best friends and are looking for relationships.
33: AGE 20-29 | You are considered a young adult still. You may still be in college or already graduated. they now look for a steady job and are dating around to find the one. Some may already be ready to start a family. | At 25, you met Matthew McConaughey. You dated for two years and he propsed. Your wedding was in the summer and you right away decided to get pregnant.
34: You now seek marriage and the start of a family. The husband usually should have this career planned out and should be planning the future for their kids. You start to go out less and less. You take on a lot more responsibilty for you and your family. | AGE 30-39 | You and Matthew have your baby. It was a boy! You named him Declan Thomas. In two years, you decicide to have another baby. | http://www.morphthing.com/baby/9172721-Baby-of-1551466360862-and-matthew-mcconaughey1-300-40-jpg?key=88c76ce4e121816ba0d873aa70c72fe8&d=1
35: AGE 40-41 | The husband should now have a career that is taking off. You start to experience that your body is getting older and may lack certain abilites. You become more tired and notice that your waking up earlier and going to bed sooner. | Declan is now in school and you have signed him up to play hockey. You had your other baby and it was a girl this time. You named her Sidney Jane. In the next two years, you get pregnant with your third child. You named him Jesse Lynn. | http://www.morphthing.com/baby/9173009-Baby-of-1551466360862-and-matthew-mcconaughey1-300-40-jpg?key=fd8fd511dcd37b8cb2be97b731c89268&d=1 | http://www.morphthing.com/baby/9173096-Baby-of-1551466360862-and-matthew-mcconaughey1-300-40-jpg?key=82f87ecb5d3dcd35f6f91cf4e3a53b2f
36: You start to find gray hairs. you start to become lonlier becuse your children are graduated. You may have to visit the doctors more often for your safety. | AGE 50-51 | Declan is still playing hockey, you signed up Jesse for it too. You also signed up Sidney to play volleyball and soccer.
37: AGE 60-61 | All your bones and joints may start to ache. You and/or husband may be getting ready to retire.
38: AGE 70 | You are retired and are loving life. You start buying things that make you feel young again. Your children start to have their own kids and you become grandparents.