In the play area, there are a mini slide, monkey bars, a see-saw, a mini carousel, and a swing. You can see on Cleo’s face how excited she is. Her expressive large eyes are widely open, with radiant smile. Once Cleo is removed from her stroller, she walks to the mini slide trying to figure out how she can climb to the top. Cleo has trouble figuring it out at first; however, she observed other kids and finds the steps
Cameron held the book up so the children could see the colored pictures, and he did well with the different voices of the little girl and the dragon. The children were around 2 to 5 years old. There was a 2-year-old boy who would point to the dragon and growl, the other children sat and listened until the story ended. The children all left with smiles and balloons. The second storytime presentation I attended was at the Taft Branch Library.
The children play together and talk to each other while the adults are on the way to the town square (evidence: The girls stood aside, talking among themselves, looking over their shoulders at the boys, and the very small children rolled in the dust or clung to the hands of their older brothers or sisters.” [p. 2]). It makes the atmosphere in the beginning good. Only when the ceremony begins, the atmosphere begins to change. The people start to reveal their true nature. The bonds which look pretty close enough
When Miss Moore takes the children to the toy store they see a paperweight and children start to talk about it, Miss Moore tells them that a paperweight is to keep the desk clean. The children talk amongst themselves and discuss how they do not have desks in there homes. Mercedes states “I do, I have a box of stationary on my desk and a picture of my cat.”(The lesson) Miss Moore talks to them about having a desk at home where they can study and she also hopes that the children will learn to think ahead and study
The patterns and artwork helped to emit a rainbow of color and artistry. The narrator is intrigued by the children playing and cannot stop watching their interactions with one another. The narrator’s attention becomes focused on two adolescents and what their insect lights unintentionally display… love, romance and hope. The fable starts very innocently with a simple creepy-crawly expedition. Each child is on his own to hunt and capture the insect of their choosing.
Monroe is very interested in his mother’s reaction to him. She continues to watch him even when he is interested in a toy or moving away from her. He does check to see if she is paying attention to him as he plays. His mother starts picking up toys and organizing the room and he periodically goes over to her and becomes interested in what she is doing. Monroe seems very dependent on his mother’s mood.
Metamorphosis Like a caterpillar to a butterfly, Scout Finch is slowly changing and becoming like a lady. Jean Louise or Scout Finch, from To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is an adventurous, curious caring girl that loves to play outside with her brother Jem. In the book, their father Atticus is a lawyer for a black man, Tom Robinson who was wrongly accused of rape. Both kids learn and mature through this experience. They learn how they shouldn’t Jem and Scout live in a time where it was important for children to be mature.
The infants were observe from a distance. I observed them from my desk while they were playing in the room with their caregivers and professor Matheson and also with each other. Professor Matheson knows Jesse’s mothers from her neighborhood and Jason’s aunt is our classmate. Professor Matheson placed baby and toddler toys on the mat floor, such as a ball, a doll with baby bottle and blanket, phone, shapes, stack cups and rings, blocks, a choo choo train, squeaky duck toy, elmo’s music toy and two children books. At first was just Jesse in the classroom but after 20 minutes the other toddler arrive with his caregiver.
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.
Lukas occasionally crawled close to the circle group and watched other children. He clapped his hands when he heard someone singing the song of Wheel on the Bus. I saw he was laughing and responsive babbling to a teacher in the room with very attentive eye contact. Lukas is normal or maybe a little advanced in his motor skills development as well as his involving language and social skills. When it came to free play time,