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Physical Development.

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Final Evaluation Physical Development. Since I began my visits in September Alanya has grew 2cms, but according to the child development book by P.Minett she is still the right height for her age. Alanya's fine manipulative skills and hand - eye coordination has improved over the period of my study. In Alanya's visits she has increased her hand-eye coordination and her language skills, she has a very large vocabulary and she knows a wide range of spellings. She knows most of the basic stuff like the alphabet letters A-Z, Numbers 1 to 50, counts in 10s to 100 count in 20s to 100. She can also write and spell her own name. Alanya's gross motor skills are very good when at the park and making cookies. In visit 2 and 6 when I took Alanya to the park, I observed that Alanya had a good sense of balance developing and she was able to walk, skip, jump, which is average for her to do this according to the (*) ...read more.

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She has a very extensive vocabulary. She can say her sentences but sometimes gets mixed up when saying some words. Her speech is more or less grammatically correct and she enjoys telling long stories but sometimes gets confused. Alanya has a good knowledge and she remembers things very well, her understanding is also good as she listens carefully at instructions she is been told and she follows the rules because she knows their could be consequences. Alanya's intellectual skills are brilliant because she uses all her senses and she explores things in great detail and she likes to learn new things. Social and Emotional Development Alanya likes to play with other children and knows how to share and take it in turns. She likes to play with her brother Cameran a lot and her cousins. She likes to play games like dressing up and dolls and house. She uses her imagination a lot of the things she does. ...read more.

Conclusion

Alanya is a child who isn't spoilt but likes to play with lots of new toys and she knows she can get her own way a lot of the time. She doesn't always get what she wants though. She is a child that loves everyone and likes giving cuddles and kisses to everyone. She is a mummy's girl rather than a daddy's because she likes to dress like her mum and act likes her mum etc. She is beginning to grow out of her shyness but I think she will always have a shy side to her when meeting new people. Overall I think Alanya is a child that has confidence and is clever and outgoing child and has lots of ability and confidence in herself even though she can be shy at times. She has good basic skills and her language skills are brilliant as well. My FAR proved to be correct that Alanya would benefit from her physical skills and she prefers to do indoor activities but she is good at outdoor activities. Alanya is a pleasant child that enjoys to play with people and be with people. ...read more.

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