Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care Assignment

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Running Head: Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care1Diploma in Early Childhood Education and CareNameInstitution
Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care2Secondly observe each child in everyday experiences for a week. Jot down what you see andhear, then refer to the developmental information in your textbooks to help determine thechild’s approximate stage of development. Discuss your jottings and findings with theeducators who primarily care for each child to check your conclusions.Fill in a chart (provided below and on following pages) for each child. Create an activityyou will include in the program to further develop their ability in each area. What safetyconsiderations would you need to make to conduct the activity?Child 1 name: EstherAge: 2YearsGender: FemaleDevelopmental AreaDescription of child’sskill levelSuggested activitySafety modificationsrequiredCognitiveDevelopmentThis is the child's ability tolearn and solve problems.Esther has low ability oflearning new ideas andalso when it comes tosolving problem.Esther had one of hertoys taken by anotherchild and she insistedin having it back. Thechild resisted andEsther started cryingthrowing the toy shewas holding.Those around hershould keep watch onher when hungered forshe may hurt otherchildren whenthrowing objects.PhysicalDevelopmentEsther is able to holdEsther was playingParents or guardiansOpen CollegesCHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlersPage2of15
Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care3Fine Motor Skills - This isthe child's ability to usesmall muscles, specificallytheir hands and fingers.things with her hands forshort duration then it fallsdown when she losesconcentration or gets bored(Georgeson et al, 2013).mobile games with atemplet but dropped itdown when she sawher dad approachingshould avoid givingelectronic objects tochildren for they maybe tempted to chargethem or even damagethem when they drop.PhysicalDevelopmentGross Motor Skills - This isthe child's ability to uselarge muscles.Esther walks by herselfthough she is slow can’twalk fast or for a longdistance.Esther walked withher parent to themarket place. Whenthey had walked for awhile she insisted tobe carried for wastired.Parents and guardiansshould ensure thattheir children haveregular exercises sothat there muscles canstrengthen.Social and EmotionalDevelopmentThis is the child's ability tointeract with others,including helpingthemselves and self-control.Esther loves playing withother children. She fearsthose appearing to bestrange to her. She don’tlike sharing her toys, shewants everyone with his orher own.Esther was taken toher aunt’s place forher parents weresomehow busy. Herstay there wasdisturbing for shewanted otherchildren’s toys yethers could not give toanyone.Parents should lettheir children haveexposure. They cantake them to daycareswhere they meet manydifferent children.Speech and LanguageThis is the child's ability toEsther can speak. Some ofher words comes outEsther needed to havesome drinking waterParents or guardiansshould repeatedly sayOpen CollegesCHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlersPage3of15
Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care4both understand and uselanguage.clearly while others onecan’t get them clearly. Shetries her best to ensure thatwhat she is communicatingis understood even bypointing at what she needs.yet her words couldnot be heardclearly .she touchedher parent’s handmoving to where theyplaced drinking waterthen pointed at it asshe murmured.words to their childrenfor they learn throughimitation though havelow retention power.Child 2 name: SusanAge: 1.5yearsGender: femaleDevelopmental AreaDescription of child’sskill levelSuggested activitySafety modificationsrequiredCognitiveDevelopmentThis is the child's ability tolearn and solve problems.Susan has a low skill levelcompared to Esther. She isnot able to solve problemseasily, since her age istender.I asked Susan to wavegoodbye at her mum.She instead cried outand followed hermom. She couldtherefore not let hergo.Susan’s mom shouldmake sure that herdaughter interactsfreely with otherpeople, to avoiddisturbance when sheis busy.PhysicalDevelopmentFine Motor Skills - This isSusan can lift things easilythough not much weight.I asked Susan to takeher toys out and playParents should bekeen enough to ensureOpen CollegesCHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlersPage4of15
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