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CACHE LEVEL 3 EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR Unit 1.6 Understand the needs of the mother and baby during pre-conception, pregnancy and the first years of life
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Unit 1.6 Understand the needs of the mother and baby during pre-conception,

pregnancy and the first years of life

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LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation

Time: 10 mins• Complete the word search • Write a meaning for each of the words found• Discuss these with a partner

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Learning outcomes

• Identify the important stages of pregnancy • Describe stages of development from

fertilisation to end of gestation• Describe antenatal development checks • Identify actions to take in response to

outcomes of antenatal development

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• Pregnancy is counted from first day of the mother’s last period

• Pregnancy last 37 to 42 weeks (the average is 40 weeks) • By 12 weeks of pregnancy the foetus will be fully formed • Pregnancy is divided into three trimesters • At 24 weeks the foetus is considered ‘viable’ • Lets see what this looks like in action! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-lrEBevJ60

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation [1.1]

What are the Important stages of pregnancy ?

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Time: 20 minsIn pairs Research on the internet for images of stages of development from fertilisation to the end of gestation and make a timeline.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation [AC 1.1]

http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/pregnancy-and-baby-care.aspx#close

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Time: 10 mins

As a group present your timeline you have produced discuss as a class the various stages of development.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation 1.1

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Time: 15 minsIn small groups read the scenario below then answer and discuss the questions.

Holly and David have been attempting to have a baby together. Holly’s menstrual cycle lasts 28 days. This month Holly missed her period and it is now two weeks past the usual date this happens. Is it possible that Holly is pregnant?

• Describe what has been happening to the ovum since it was released from the ovary

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation

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• Before antenatal care was first arranged the death rate was high among women and their babies

• Antenatal care helps improve the health of pregnant women and their babies and supports the mother in preparing for her baby

• Once the women thinks she is pregnant she visits her doctor to confirm her pregnancy and from then on will be seen regularly by a GP or midwife

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation

Antenatal development checks

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Time: 15 mins• Research antenatal checks that a women has each time she has an antenatal visit

to the GP or midwife.• Research each test and the reasons for them.

• Group one - First - trimester – (conception to 13 weeks)

• Group two - Second - trimester- (14 weeks to 27 weeks)

• Group three - Third trimester- (28 weeks through the end of your pregnancy)

• Produce a poster to present your findings to the group!

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation 1.2, 1.3

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• A pregnant woman will meet a number of professionals, which can include a midwife, community midwife, general practitioner (GP) and obstetrician.

• Its common in the first two months of pregnancy for the mother to feel nausea, have breast tenderness and urinate frequently.

• In late pregnancy swelling of the hands and feet, heartburn and constipation are common.

• Its advisable that during the first three months of pregnancy medication is avoid unless absolutely necessary.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation 1.2, 1.3]

During pregnancy

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Time: 10 minsThink of a situation when you may be asked to advise a women who is pregnant for the first time.

• How could you best advise the mum to be?• What advice do you consider to be important?• Discuss with a partner.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation [AC 1.2, AC 1.3]

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Time: 15 mins• Create an advice sheet to inform pregnant women of the

antenatal care that they will receive during their pregnancy. • Include information on why it is important this care is given

and that the pregnant women attend.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation

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• Some women can suffer from complications during their pregnancy, these can include vaginal bleeding, preterm labour, pre-eclampsia

• Other infections can be dangerous to the pregnant women and her unborn child these include parvovirus (‘slapped cheek’), chickenpox, German measles (rubella) and toxoplasmosis

• Infections of the urinary tract are common in pregnancy

• Complete your given case studies in your Pairs, • Feedback to the group.

LO1. Understand development from conception to end of gestation

Complications in pregnancy

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Learning outcomes

• Identify the important stages of pregnancy • Describe stages of development from fertilisation to end of gestation• Describe antenatal development checks • Identify actions to take in response to outcomes of antenatal

development

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Summary – plenary activities1) How could you best inform pregnant women of the

complications that can occur during pregnancy?2) Why is it important in early years setting practitioners are

aware of the complications that can occur from some childhood diseases?


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