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Child Development I expect to see when taking a 3 year old shopping.

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Plan for visit 4 Name of child The child's name is Faseeha Date and Time of activity Date: 27th December Time: 2.00pm Age of child Faseeha is three years old Activity Planned I am going to take Faseeha on a shopping trip to see the Christmas lights and to do some shopping. Planning, Preparation and equipment The planning I have done is to take Faseeha to the shopping mall. The preparation I have done is I have decided who is going to get up there and who is going to get us back. We will not need any equipment for this activity except money. People present The people that are going to be present are me, Faseeha and Faseeha's mum. Aims of activity The aims of this activity are to teat Faseeha's physical, intellectual, emotional, social and language skills. Physical expectations Fine motor Skills I think Faseeha's fine motor skills are going to be used quite a lot during this activity because if she likes something she is going to use her fingers to pick it up. ...read more.


I think Faseeha gross motor skills will be al right for her average age. Sensory skills expected I think Faseeha sensory skills will have improved quite a lot since the last activity because there will be a lot of ways she can use her 5 senses for example she will be able to touch cloths and toys, she will be able to smell food, she will be able to hear people, see shops. When Faseeha sees a shop that she likes she will point towards it and say that she wants to go in it. I think Faseeha's sensory skills will be right for her average age. Intellectual skills expected Faseeha's intellectual skills will also be tested in this activity. When we get out of the car I am going to test Faseeha by leaving her hand if Faseeha runs away it that means she does not understand what is safe for her and what is dangerous for her. ...read more.


If I don't lisen to what Faseeha does she might try to run away and do it herself for example if I refuse to go in a shop that she wants to go in she will run away and go in it by herself. To make sure Faseeha does not mis behave I will have to lisen to what she says only if it is appropriate. Overall I think Faseeha's behaviour will be quite good in the shopping centre. Emotional skills expected I think Faseeha will use her emotional skills quite a lot but mostly in a good way for example if she likes something and she is allowed to buy it she will get really excited about it and to express her excitement she will jump around and laugh. But at the same time if we refuse to buy her something she will cry and have a tantrum. I think Faseeha will be able to walk around the shop buy herself and she will know that we are not going to leave her there by herself. Overall I don't think Faseeha will have temper tantrums ans she will have outgrown from separation anxiety. ...read more.

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