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Child development - Introductory Visit

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Introductory Visit Name: Morgan Cooper Age: 3 Date of Birth: 20/03/01 Physical Appearance Morgan has fair blonde curly hair just past her ears; she has an oval cute face with a small button nose. Morgan is tall for her ages she is above the norm. Her smile makes her lips look very petite but the best thing about Morgan is her curly hair it makes her stand out with springy hair just covering her forehead. Morgan has brown eyes and blonde eyebrows with blonde eyelashes that make her eyes stand out from the rest of her face. Personality Morgan is a very bubbly person, she sometimes can be shy in front of other people but most of the time she is very lively. If she doesn't get what she wants, sometimes she may cry or will throw a tantrum but she is coming along with the terms of sharing with others and stopping getting tantrums as much as she use to. ...read more.


Morgan does not own any pets but she is very good and mature with any animals and does not try to torment any animals. Description of Environment Morgan and her family live in a surrounded area, which is located about a 5-minute walk away from the town centre. Morgan's house is located near a park. The house has three bedrooms and as Morgan is the only child she has a bedroom to herself. Morgan is allowed to play in the back garden, which is much softer than the front garden the house is situated on a busy road. Morgan attends playgroup 5 times a week but doesn't have far to go as it is only about a 5 minutes walk away. As she is walking she will learn a great amount because she is not going fast in a car and looking out the window but as she is walking she will have more time to look at things. ...read more.


Evaluation Morgan is very talkative and has an advanced vocabulary for her age. I would say Morgan is above the norm, when Morgan and I go over to the park I can see Morgan having a look at all surroundings and she always asked questions of what thing are. Morgan is very interested about what goes on in the world. Through out the visit Morgan showed a positive emotion and didn't show any signs of bad temper. Morgan is very co-operated towards conversations. When I went to Morgan's house she showed a sign of happiness and excitement she is a very bright girl for her age and wonderful to have her company by your side. Conclusion When I was on this introductory visit I could see Morgan is developing increasingly well for her age, her language development is especially much more developed than an average child would be. Morgan can be very cheerful child and she is co -originating and really correspondent that other children are Faye Chancellor Child Development 11e Coursework ...read more.

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