Childminding is caring and watching children usually from 0-8 years of age. Childminders can be hired on part -time or full-time basics. Childminders are trained, insured and qualified in first aid. E2 Using childminding in a home environment can be more flexible than other forms of childcare which is a benefit for parents who have to work out of school hours and need someone to look after their child after or before school. Also for parents who have young children and cannot yet get them into a school or nursery due to their age, so need someone to care for their child while at work.
At settings, the key person will have warm and affectionate bond with babies and children but they do not replace the parents and if the key person has a long term illness so two people will care for a child in the setting. The Early Years Foundation stage states that all settings must put the key person approach into practice. The key person system is someone who has a child assigned to them and has more contact than other staff members and has a relationship with the child and parents and also cater to the child’s needs by changing their nappies and answers to their needs and emotions. (3.2) Explain how babies and children learn and develop best from a basis of loving, secure relationships with carers and with key person in work settings The significance of warming and secure relationships – babies and children start to understand and make sense of the world around them by using their cry so that the parent or carer can quickly respond to their needs and also have a loving and secure relationship with the baby. These relationships are vital as in setting and home and babies that do not have a loving and
I would like to have a physical connection with my baby, and also be there hand and foot when he/she needs me. Based on the baby box, what modifications might you propose for other baby apparatuses—high chairs, playpens, etc.? I would say that since the baby box was somewhat effective, they should try these same effects on the highchair and playpens etc… Being that in the highchair the child usually feds themselves but there is help from the parent. The playpen gives the child play time with themselves and their toy, but still their not cramped in a box bored. Do you think it is ethical to raise a child in a baby box?
Children are hindered by these kinds of schools, teachers and peers lay a big role in the children’s lives. Some teachers are there for the income it will bring into their house hold and not the well-being of the child and students are pressued by their peers into thinking that education is lame and for losers. In most cases this is what children of low income go through but not all. Many may not realize that the surroundings of children may sometimes affect their future. Being raised in a low income area surrounded by people living the same lifestyle as you as if struggling is the norm of society.
Families will have different requirements for childcare: * Parents may work or study and need their children cared for in a safe learning environment for all or part of the day. * Some children want to stay with their children while they socialise * Some parents want their children to be spend time in settings which offers services explicitly for young children’s learning. * Some parents want their children to be in small home based groups *
If at any point they failed, they would see this as a big mistake and give up and have a lack of motivation. It can also be argued that working class children do not get the support of their parents, this is because many of the parents believe that they survived without an education, so believe that there children can do the same. Working class families can also lack in support in terms of if the child fails a particular exam, they would not give them positive feed back on how they could improve they would improve. Whereas, it can be argued that higher class families have more motivation and the parents also give the support to the children that is needed. This would have a positive influence on the child’s education as it would give them hope and not give them an opportunity of giving up.
“(These) values pass on mother-to-mother combine with the natural instincts to love, support and nurture.” If a person was raised spending most of the time on the things that were being bad influence for them such as wrestling or teen’s reality show or their parents were too busy working and did not have enough time to check if they were keeping up with the homework and reading. It is pretty obvious that the child is going to have a great amount of difficulty as they grow up. I agree that raising children is not an easy job but if I was raised in a very bad way and thought my parents did not put enough effort in my upbringing I would not want my children to think the same about me and go through the same rough path of life as I did. Childhood is what makes a child’s base and it is important to pay close attention to their childhood and teach them the difference between good and bad. So, when they grow up they will not have any problem in picking the right path.
Children do not need expensive toys. Toys should be appealing to engage the child over a period of time. Information and resources are provided in this report so pediatricians can give parents advice about selecting toys. Children learn from the time they are born, and parents/guardians are primarily responsible for providing quality experiences from which their children learn. Parents often ask their pediatrician for advice about appropriate toys, books, and computer or video games, because they know that these tools may be important in their child’s development.
Family Systems and how they function Tony Newsome Dr. Pamela Todd September 11, 2014 Introduction Family Systems and Healthy Development beings with parenting and how parents raise their children. In this essay, I will discuss how one can discern a healthy family system, what are the determining factors that distinguish healthy systems, the effects of an unhealthy family system on development, and how family systems affect physical (neural), emotional, spiritual, and social development. Parents are the ones who mold and shape their children whether it is being an authoritarian/military style approach or permissive, a more laid back approach. Children who have parents barking orders at them all the time will either revel or will clam up like a robot and will not be able to interact sociably with others. Permissive parents have children who, in many ways, share the undesirable characteristics of children of authoritarian parents.