1.1. Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well being of children. Physical activity is vital in any individual childs life. It is important that all children are introduced to physical activities from the earliest stage possible as this will decrease the chances of laret health problems in life such as obeisity and diebeties. In the short term physical activity helps childrens muscle to develop and allows their heart and lungs to function correctly.
Inactive children are likely to become inactive adults.increased physical activity has been associated with increased life expectancy and less risk of disease. physical activity helps/benefits - controlling weight Reducing blood pressure Helps motor skills Reduces the risk of diabetes Improves psychological well being,self confidence and higher self esteem Develops motor skills Improves cognitive development Enhances bone and muscular development Supports learning of social skills 1.2 - Explain the development of movement skills in young children and how these skills affect other aspects of development - Locomotive large movement skills that allow babies to gain mobility Gross motor control - whole limb movements Balance and coordination control Object control movements such as throwing,catching,dribbling a ball all which involves objects being sent,received,travelled with. Traveling movements where the child moves from one point to another such as skipping,running,jumping. To be able to do these physical skills the movement skills have to be learnt in the right order - Hand eye coordination - this is very important as we need the hand and eyes to work together, catching a ball requires information from the eyes to inform the brain that the hands need to move to catch the ball. - Foot eye coordination - to climb stairs or kick a ball the eyes need to inform the brain that the feet/foot needs to move to
Demonstrate in own practice how to support babies or young children’s exercise and physical activity 4. Be able to provide safe and protective environments for babies and young children 4.1. Explain policies and procedures in own setting that cover health, safety and protection of babies and young children 4.2. Demonstrate and evaluate the safety features within the environment for babies and young children 4.3. Supervise babies or young children and demonstrate a balanced approach to risk management 4.4.Explain current advice on minimising sudden infant death syndrome in everyday routines for babies 5.
How play encourages a child’s development Play encourages a child’s development because it enables children to develop their language skills, social skills, physical-coordination, emotional maturity and exploration skills From birth-three, play encourages self-reliance and helps with problem solving learning about the physical world and how it works around them. From age’s three-eight children learn by using imaginary skills such as playing with materials and practising language. Play is vital for children’s development because it helps to build... Language skills helping them to interact with not only themselves but other children/adults. From birth to three children will more use gestures and toy with words to communicate and as they
CU 1559 promote young children’s physical activity and movement skills. 1.1) Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well being of children. Babies and young children need physical activities and exercise to increase their stamina and strength this will improve muscle tone and muscle usage. Leading to Better balance and flexibility in the child, Improved bone strength and heart and lung capacity, improved coordination, catching and throwing skills, enjoyment, motivation and social skills, energy boost, helps stop stress and anxiety, positive affect of self esteem. Physical activity and movement help stimulate much brain growth and facilitate key connections for learning, regular exercise and engagements in all varieties of physical activity are critical for healthy brain development in children.
40.1,1 Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well-being of children. Physical activity is and should be a part of every child's everyday life. It is not only needed to promote a healthy lifestyle for the child but also his/her general well-being. It gets them involved and can help them to participate and play with their fellow peers. It promotes learning and understanding about the world.
Physical activity might not always be outdoors but when it is it’s beneficial for the children are less likely to get infections like colds and flu’s. Children’s energy is boosted and helps their concentration skills. Improves on their motor skills. Long-term health: Children participating in physical activities can give children a positive attitude towards being physical and doing this often maybe make them want to join in different sports and do activities such as walking to places and playing outdoors. It is extremely beneficial to encourage children to join in with as much physical activities as they can
I explained how important I believe the Let’s Play initiative would be for children to get out and have physical play with friends or family at the playground. DPS stated that this program is not only for children, but for older children as well, so that they can partake in different sport and not have to worry about getting equipment and other items needed if they could not afford it. This is wonderful to me! The historical, biological, environmental, cultural influence has been explained. Above, I stated why the topics should be addressed and how important it is for children to have organizations to help better themselves, by being healthy, social, a developing the skills that they should by having open play and encounter with parents, friends, teachers and families.
Daily physical activity is necessary for building strong bones and muscles as well as strengthening hearts and lungs. Exercise also helps young children to improve their gross motor skills, including running, kicking, throwing, and swinging. Regular physical activity can greatly decrease children's risk of becoming obese and developing associated health problems, as well as promoting better sleep. As well, since many young children play with other kids, exercise time can also help young children to develop good social skills such as sharing, communicating, and empathizing. Play time can also become a family experience which serves to bond family members together and allow adult members an opportunity to model healthy exercise habits for children.
I like exercising with my daughter, Mai-rah. Spending time with family and setting aside devices Is a great way to relax. It is crucial that we involve the young ones and instill healthy habits that focus on physical as well as mental attributes. This ensures the embedding of importance of holistic health right from the childhood. Group workouts, particularly are a fun way of engaging the children in various kinds of exercise and enriching them with knowledge pertaining to health and wellness.