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Unit 303 Promoting Childrens Developement

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Unit 303 Promote Children's Development Tasks 1. Carry out child 6 different child observations, covering all areas of development and learning according to the curriculum guidance for your setting. When evaluating the outcomes from your observations, please make reference to your curriculum framework, learning and development theories or from child care books. Observation 1. Construction Activity (Mathematical development) Child A is three years old Child A is building a block. Child A what are you building? Child A answers a tower. Child A puts to two to three blocks together. I notice child A really enjoys arranging blocks by colours and recognises the colours also. My target child is at the right stage of development according to research. (Stages of children's development page ten.) Observation 2 Art Activity (Active Learning) Child B is four years old Child B wants to draw a picture. What would you like to draw today child B Child B answers I want to draw snowflakes, tells me briefly how she is going To do this, and shows me all the colours she wants to use. ...read more.

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As he finishes he tells his friend lets call our ship, master ship. Child D is a bright child and is at the right stage of the learning development He gives instructions; he uses his own initiative to build the ship. His communication skills are excellent. Observation 5 Dance and Movement (Physical Development) Child E is four years Child E is dancing on music, as I watch her she is using lots of different movements, she also uses ballet moves. She is very active; she uses her hands and legs as she dances. Child E is a well developed child and is very active and picks up different moves very quick. She is at the right stage of the learning development. Observation 6 Cookery Activity (Creative And Critical thinking) Child F is 3 years old Child F is decorating cakes; he uses chocolate flakes on his cake and puts some Gelly sweets on top n a bit of icing, As he does this he makes such a mess and uses much more than he supposed to. He shows me his decoration while I am watching him he says I am finished. ...read more.

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They learn to smile at voice and at the face also. Babies begin to tell the difference between themselves and other people and things. They do this to have contact with their carers and by exploring using their five senses. They gradually come to understand who they are them selves, (personal identity) and what they think and feel about themselves. They still totally dependant. 2 Months They are beginning to be aware of their separateness from their carers. Babies learn that touching a toy or a person's hands feels different to touching their own hand. These experiences help them to tell the differences between themselves and others. During this stage the child will have more sense of what is going on, such as vision or hearing, enables carers to adapt their approach to meet the child's needs. They are still totally independent. 3 Months Babies take a lot of interest in their environment at this stage. They are maturing rapidly and physically. Babies turn their heads when they hear sound and to see what people are doing. Carers must take the time to talk, play and be with them. Babies need contact with other people. ...read more.

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