When Chloe was asked to sit down and have lunch she put up a fuss, not wanting to listen. At one point I also noticed the use of holophrase. Referring to "no sleepies" for no nap time (Tomellso, 2006 The developing person through the life). Chloe has a happy carefree personality, exploring and enjoying all her surrounding. Taking an interest in all she can from songs to toys, to dance moves.
I was able to observe her participate in the various activities such; as coloring with her friend she was very nice and willing to share her Crayolas, ensuring all he friends had something to color. She seems to be enjoying spending time with her friends. Her motor skills are well developed I observed running jumping and skipping all over the backyard. I spoke to Ella during my observation. Her language skills are on track; she is a very talkative 5 years old; she told all about her party and how she enjoys reading the Pinkalicious book series and she wants to turn pink like the character on the book and that her favor color is pink
B. to visit with these children while she socializes with the mothers. Patient just started swimming lessons. She likes to have stories read to her and likes to play with her dolls. She also likes dancing and her mother plans on enrolling her in dance lessons in the fall. Allergies: No Known Allergies.
She is an only child whose parent’s are separated. She lives with her mother and sees her father on alternate weekends. Sally’s Grandma lives close to the nursery and is very involved in her care. Sally attends the nursery full-time and is very well settled. English is her first and only language and she is confident within the nursery, spending a lot of time in the home corner and playing with the small world toys where she enjoys imaginative play.
You got this toy that was supposed to help you learn to walk. I guess it worked because by mid-August you were walking like a pro. When Matthew started school in September you did not like it at all. Every morning when he left you would walk over to the door and cry saying “Maffew!” While Matthew was at school, I would read to you then we would eat breakfast. You would sit in your play pin and watch Mickey Mouse club house while I did household chores.
The backyard has trees, a picnic table, play area with a sandbox and playhouse, a bin containing balls and a Frisbee and several tricycles. Both toddlers seemed to be comfortable with their surroundings and one another. I know the children’s mothers from my neighborhood and know that the families get together often on weekdays so that the children can play together. The first struggle for autonomy that I observed was when Felix wanted to play with the ash in the outdoor fire pit. His mother walked over and said “Felix, this is not safe.
It is a beauty pageant for young girls. There is a lot of drama and it's entertaining to some viewers. In this show little girls go all out getting dressed up, and getting their hair and make-up done. They look like little barbies. They compete against other contestants for an award of money, pageant titles, trophies, and a big sparkly tiara.
Having siblings was very easy for Cheli, they all got along and loved each other very much. Ever since Cheli was a little girl, in diapers, she loved to dance. When Cheli entered middle school is when she discovered she was actually really talented. Cheli did not do Bloco when she was in 7th grade, because at the time it wasn’t the “cool thing to do.” Cheli started Windsor Bloco in 2006, when she started 8th grade. Cheli changed a lot in eighth grade, she was getting older, and her attitude was changing.
Once married, they moved from Leslie to Americus to a small house in an area known as “Sunset Park”. Together they had four children. Her husband died about thirteen years ago after he had a stroke. However she stated that she has “so many grandchildren she done lost count”! She currently has a set of great-grand twins who are sixteen years old now, that have lived with her since they were babies.
She was given a puzzle to do while I was there and noticed her ability to problem solve very well. She was above average on intelligence then I had seen in any other child while there. As she played with the puzzle and her doll, no stress was seen that I could tell. She moved the pieces around and if she couldn’t find a place for it she would put it down and go to the next one. She played with a few other girls, she seemed to be a little reserved in her circle of friends but what girls’ not.