Conception to Birth

There are three major stages from conception to birth.  They are the germinal stage (first two weeks following conception); the embryonic stage (until the end of the eighth week); and the fetal stage (until birth). Complete a table, like the one below, making sure to identify the development that happens in each stage and how the development is affected by outside influences, both positive and negative.  Finally, list your recommendations for the healthy development of a child.


Stages
 Development
 Influences
Affects


Recommendations


Germinal 


 
 
 
 
Embryonic 


 
 
 
 
Fetal 


 
 
 
 

Post your table in the discussion forum and share examples from your own experience or from the experience of others that can be associated with prenatal development.  


There are three major stages from conception to birth.  They are the germinal stage (first two weeks following conception); the embryonic stage (until the end of the eighth week); and the fetal stage (until birth). Complete a table, like the one below, making sure to identify the development that happens in each stage and how the development is affected by outside influences, both positive and negative.  Finally, list your recommendations for the healthy development of a child.

Stages Development InfluencesAffects
Recommendations
Germinal 
    
Embryonic 
    
Fetal 
    


Post your table in the discussion forum and share examples from your own experience or from the experience of others that can be associated with prenatal development.  

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