These camps create a special community. Attending summer sleep-away camps leads to tremendously positive experiences that affect children throughout their lives. Summer sleep-away camps can offer both physical and emotional health benefits in a number of ways. The obvious reasons include fresh air, increased exercise, a break from technology (such as phones, computers, and internet), and structured meal times. At (name of camp) in (location), they provide numerous nature walks and hikes throughout the day.
OBSERVATION REPORT: In my recent observations I have made at “Small World” I have found a new love for administration, children, and childcare in general. Small World offers a variety of services with an exceptional staff! There were many occasions where I observed multiple teachers using a various range of teaching ethics- all of course were handled in the appropriate manner. My observations of the following will be discussed through the caregivers, health & safety, environment/activities, and guidance/discipline along with the facility operations of Small World Pre School here at 809 Gentry Drive Hot Springs, Arkansas. First I would like to say how accessible and convenient Small World makes to its parents and students.
She greeted each of them and then gathered them into a huddle to discuss camp rules. She began by warning that while taking their canoeing lessons, they should be very careful not to fall out of the canoe, because where they will be practicing learning, there are many sharp rocks and other potentially dangerous sharp objects in the water that may not be seen by the naked eye. Bobby listened, kind of, but he was very distracted by all the fun activities awaiting him, and by chatting with the other children who were just as excited. During their first couple of days at camp, Bobby and his new found friends were having a marvelous time in the beautiful sunny weather, hiking, playing ball, and just playing all over camp. He had been so busy having fun he completely forgot to apply the sunscreen his mother had packed for him in his bag.
Diana Mudrenco 4012 Sierra Gold Dr. Antelope, CA, 95823 Dianachkaqt1@yahoo.com 11/3/12 Mrs. Randazzo Kindergarten Teacher Golden Empire Elementary School 9045 Canberra Dr. Sacramento, CA 95826 Dear Mrs. Randazzo, I would like to express my gratitude and would like to gracefully thank you for allowing me to sit in one of your classes. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to observe what a great class you have and what an amazing teacher you are. While observing your class on Friday morning I noticed a few things. First of all I noticed what a wonderful, caring, and extremely friendly personality you have towards your young students. You seem to love your job very much because of your demeanor during class.
I love to read, play silly board games with my family, walk my dog on the beach, spend hours in my garden and cook. I am often extrovert but can be shy. Mostly I am happy and content with life but some things make me frustrated, angry or sad. I have had many roles, lived in many places and experienced many environments. Having worked out who I am does Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory explain my development and how I came to be the way I am?
Environmental health: Most of the credit for my positive environmental health belongs to my girlfriend. She keeps our home clean and comfortable. After a long day at work, coming home to relax may be one of the most important things that I do on a daily basis to improve my overall wellness. Emotional health: I suppose my girlfriend gets credit for this as well. We have open lines of communication and talk to each other very easily.
The kids who participate also get a free kids meal from Chick-fil-A, and who passes up a free meal. This year I kept up with one of my good friends who work with Chick-fil-A and he told me they needed some extra help out there. I chose to do this event because it seemed like it would be a fun way to hang out with kids, and help Chick-fil-A in any way I can. I enjoy hanging out with kids so I knew I would enjoy this event. I got to dress up, get my face painted, and hang out with kids for four hours.
As stated best by Coleman, Ganong, Clark and Madsen (1989) “This can be due to the frequent contact they have with their extended family”. Being so close to your family and community has a feeling of security. Basically, people have a support system literally in their back yard. Everyone seems to know each other and their children (Ramp, 2001) to the point of a community tracking system. Mothers and fathers can always find out where their children are or have been.
And this is true, “closeness” to your family, your neighbor, your classmate or co-worker. Everybody became part of your family. The view of the world became more social, from the cup of sugar that you give to your neighbor to the emotion that gives you to know that your friend’s daughter has a new baby. The main advantage of living in the Barrio is, without any doubt, the relationship
It was also easy to plan a theme such as the farm animals theme for the class to participate in that week. I found it easy to plan this part of the lesson because I know that children love animals and it would be a subject that they would be interested in, and one that would hold their attention. There are also lots of fun things to do around the animals theme. 2. What components were difficult for me to complete when planning the lesson?