Special needs children in early childhood education.

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Special needs children in early childhood educationSPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Special needs children in early childhood educationIntroduction:Special needs children are the one who requires special attention due to their disabilities.There are two bodies like IEP and IFSP for the development of a child (Janson, A. 2018).Inthe center, there are no children with the disability, hence would recommend option B withscenario3.Solutions:1.The three goals which I would Like to incorporate in the child’s IEP or IFSP are:a) IEP needs to take care of education.It primarily includes the activities that could sharpen the mind of the child and would be quiteuseful in enhancing his self-confidence.b) IFSP would have to provide relevant information to the parents and the child about thechallenges and situations the child might face.The information could be like the struggles and hurdles a child may face, being a toddler andwhat will be the consequences he would go through in his adolescence.c) IEP would have to provide assistance so that the child could take part in generalcurriculum.The co-curricular activities are immensely essential for developing one’s mind. After 3 yearsthese activities would help the child groom and encourage him to stand hand in hand(Crossman, M. K.2015).2.The child could definitely indulge in different activities. The two main activities are listedbelow:a) Solving puzzles.To develop the cognitive skills, the child could be taught to solve the puzzles, to make thebrain think and re-think(Thom, A. M. 2014).Hence, strengthening the process of thinkingand problem solving, which is indeed a prominent part of development.b) Scrabble.It is the type of brainstorming activity which helps to build the vocabulary and makes themaware of new words. This would help the child to learn new words and frame the sentences.c) Arts and CraftsTo make the child think out of the box, this activity plays a crucial role. It helps to bringcreativity in the thinking process.
Special needs children in early childhood education3.For a 25-year old toddler there are certain activities that need to get modified:a) Encouraging group activity instead of individualityIt helps to boost the child by working in groups and getting aware of the new ways by whichthe game could be played.b) Games which portrays sharingThe good habits are infused from an early stage so that they can built those traits inthemselves like, sharing toys would make him more of a sharing person than self-centered.c) Motivational storytellingThe story should be more of goal-oriented so that the goal setting is done during thebeginning of adolescence which boosts the child further for career progression.4.The play activities for the child that has to be developed includes:a) Playing bricksIt will enhance the concentration and patience to arrange the bricks. Thus, making the gamefilled with both learning and leisure.b) CountingThe game which has a record of benefitting most of the children. while playing game, theinstructor can make them to initiate learning abacus.c) Hide and seekThis could be played by hiding the toys of a child, while the other children finding it bysearching it at different places making them run and thus making them feel joyful.d) Simple card gamesFor instance, wildlife card or fruits card, by which they could easily keep the name of animalsin mind and would gradually develop the thinking ability. A must activity to enhance the skillof self-development.
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