Jesus is a slightly above average statured 4 year old Hispanic male, with dark brown skin, short spikey black hair and brown eyes. Spanish is Jesus primary language at home but is encouraged to speak English at school. Mya, Toby, and Jesus all appear to be right handed and in good physical heath. Description of Setting: The observation session began on Tuesday May 7, 2013, at approximately 10:00 AM in Gerber, California; the preschool has 2 adults and 8-10 kids. All the children were in line waiting to exit out the back door to the playground.
What we think of children is very different then what they actually do. At my home, my brother was playing in the living room while I was reading a book. Meanwhile, I just started to see how he played by himself. He played his toys and games the way he knows to play them but He didn’t play them well. Not just games but also he didn’t communicate well with family members.
Observation #1 (toddler): Name: WillAge: 2Gender: Male General Description: Will is a two year old white male with blonde hair and blue eyes.He is small for his age and he lives with his father and mother. Where Observation Took Place:The observation took place at will’s house. When Observation Took Place:The observation took place on October 11th at about 3:30. Others Present:His father and mother where both present. 1)Physical Development 1.If toddler or preschooler, list examples of child’s movements.Will likes to run around and throw his balls.He can’t sit still for a long time.He has to be constantly moving.
Observation: Early Childhood Lifespan Phase Willetta Hampton BSHS 342 University of Phoenix August 19, 2013 Observation: Early Childhood Lifespan Phase Child Observation Subjects 5 year old boy (foster child living in the same house as friend’s youngest brother) and 9 year old boy (friend’s youngest brother). These observations took place in the children’s home and my home on the weekend. I spent nearly 6 hours with each boy. I observed each boy separately and viewed how each of the boys interacted with the parents and 14 year old boy in their household, my friend (30 year old woman), and how each of the boys interacted with one another. I noticed many things during my observations that were mentioned in our course readings concerning physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development.
The boys open more the legs then the girls. When they playing with vehicles the girls get afraid to fall and the boys don’t care if the fall or know. I observe that went children’s are playing if one child is in the monkey bars the other children’s do the same that the other children is doing they play follow the leader. I observe that if the parents are actives the child is also active and with a go physical condition. I compare my on results with one of the students in my class.
Observation #3 –Exploring the world with a Child in Middle Childhood 1. Describe the child including your relationship with him, include age, sex, birth date, and general information about the setting where the visit took place. I observed Ronit at ABK Karate class The observation took place on Thursday, January 17th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Ronit is the youngest son of my neighbors. He was born March 11, 2005 and hence is just about 3 months shy of his 8th birthday.
She isn’t a very good comforter, but because she isn’t a good comforter it’s funny and she ends up making me laugh. Then when I get home and I am still feeling down I go and watch Korean Dramas likes Running Man. Every episode of Running Man always seems to make me laugh and make my day so I usually go and watch it whenever I am down. Last but not least, whenever I am mad there are different steps than when I am sad. When I am mad I usually go and play with my little brother and my baby cousin.
Others are making a lot of noise around him. Another child bumps his chair as they are walking by and he is unaffected. Eyes are still on the screen. Left hand is resting on the desk. Teacher calls clean up time and child stays seated continuing to play games.
One wall of the room is lined entirely with mirrors, which babies tend to love to look at, even though most of them do not recognize that the image in the mirror is a reflection of them. Mirrors can also be found throughout the room on other toys, as they have been proven to capture the curiosity of infants. Other objects that tend to get their attention are toys or mobiles that are brightly colored, flash colored lights, and/or play music or other noises. Most important to my question, however, is infants’ attraction to objects with high-contrast patterns on them, such as a black and white striped ball that spins in place. It is well known that infants cannot see nearly as well as adults.
The Cozy Coupe encourages active play, imagination and the development of large motor skills. It is toy that is perfect for indoor or outdoor. All children like to pretend to be adults, they want to drive our cars. This is a classic kid's toy that will never go out of style because it appeals to a child's sense of fun. The Coupe is bold red body with a yellow roof and supported by black wheel and a friendly smiling face on the front.