Domain | Examples of children’s development seen at playsession | Ideas/suggestion for experiences | Areas of development these experiences support and how the development will be fostered. | Physical | In the playsession, the children that I saw they were playing with a variety of instruments and the skills were used were gross motor skills and fine motor skills. A child was holding a drumstick and hit the drum which is an example of gross motor skill as the child needs to coordinate their muscles to grasp the drumsticks and to move their arm to hit the drum.Also I watch a child drawing which shows fine motor skills as she is just using her fingers to grip hold a pencil to draw. | The experience the children learnt was that they need to move their arm to make the stick hit the drum to make a noise.And when drawing, they need to grasp they finger around the pencil and move their arm to draw a picture | This experience helps the children to develop more on using their small and large muscles to make movement. And to support this development, for gross motor skills kids can do more outdoor activities that make them run and make them use their muscles.To support fine motor skills the children could start writing small sentences to help them develop they small finger muscles. | Social/emotional | The child I observe she was easy temperament because she was approachable, easy to talk too and she was in a positive mood. The type of play she was playing was parallel play because she playing the drums with other of her peers. | The experiences the children learnt is that with playing with a mate can be enjoyable | Talking to the children more will help them develop to be more social | Language | When I was talking to the child, she could understand what I was saying when I asked a question she could respond back e.g. I would ask what are you drawing and then the
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS DEVELOPMENT.
BY NICKY MACK.
BABIES AND CHILDREN'S MILESTONES
Milestones are a standard of development and progress a child should be
making within a time scale, these milestones help us to be aware, if we
should have concerns about our child, obviously not all children will develop
at the exact same time, but generally give or take a few weeks.
brain development in the early years is faster than in any other time,
everything babies hear and see will affect how their brains…
Piaget based many theories on his observations of his children. He reached the conclusion
that infants lack the understanding of object permanence - the understanding that objects
continue to exist even when they can no longer be seen. The idea of centring is the feeling
that an infant has that s/he is the centre and moving force of their world.
In Piaget's theory of development, the central notion is is that of the schema - a
representation of of a sequence…
The expected stage of social development of children ages 4 will be affectionate towards family, friends and carers they want to help out more often to please carers. They also may start to share playthings with each other if a child brings in a toy from home he has to make sure that he/she shares that toy with others. Also most children start to feel confident and express themselves in terms of their achievements. Then finally start playing with other children that they don’t normally play with…
Mangal font-style italic font-weight normal
BODY LANGen-GB DIRLTR
H1Children and Young People Development/H1
PThe difference between the sequence of development and rate of
development is that the sequence of development refers to the
expected pattern of development, whereas the rate of development
refers to the speed of development in terms of age and length of
time. It is important that we are all aware of these differences in
order to avoid…
Want to be a different one
San Jose State University
I always ask myself why I have the courage to chose Child and Adolescent Development as my major. The reason I am questioning myself because everybody around me, especially the international student who like me, they all chose business as their major, it is true that business really is a well-rounded major, also there is no doubt…
Sociocultural Learning Affects the Development of Children
Professor Kara Bullock
October 12, 2010
Sociocultural Learning Affects the Development of Children
Lev Vygotsky believed that children learn from their own experience. As a teacher I have grown to learn that Vygotsky’s findings are true in so many ways. Just from watching the children in my classroom I see that the Zone of Proximal Development and Scaffolding play a huge part in the development of a child.
1.1 Child Development
Child development is one of the commitments to the EYFS principle of 'A Unique Child'. This commitment includes information about how babies and children mature at different rates and at different points in their live. Both babies and children are vulnerable and become confident if they have support from others.
1.2 Inclusive Practice
The explanation of this commitment includes information about childrens rights and how they should be treated fairly regardless of their…
essential for fostering children and young people
Standard 2: Understand your role as a foster carer
Standard 3: Understand health and safety and safer caring
Standard 4: Know how to communicate effectively
Standard 5: Understand the development of children and young people
Standard 6: Keep children and young people safe from harm
Standard 7: Develop yourself
Understand the principles and values essential for
fostering children and young people…
Pattern of Development in children 0-3 years
Physical Development - Gross Motor Skills
Head can be lifted
Gentle hand and feet movement
Will go on hands and knees to crawl
Begins to walk independently
Begins to walk up and down stairs holding hand rail
Enjoys climbing and sliding
Physical Development - Fine Motor Skills
Gases attentively at faces
Engage in hand and finger play
Passes objects from hand to hand
Points to and pokes at objects
Feeds self with…
Assignment 1- Understanding and promoting children and young people’s development.
1) a All children develop at different rates and in different ways, some skills will be the same as in sequences that they happen in for example : a child needs to be able to walk before they can run, although ages of doing this can vary. The aspects that children are measured on are- physical, language, social and emotional, and intellectual.
By six months old- A child should start to turn…