While the children are stirring the teacher pours some liquid watercolors into the buckets. Other children come over to the table to observe. The children begin naming the two colors. One child responds, “That one is blue, and this one is pink”. The teacher tells the child with the first bucket “Were done stirring”.
The row of chairs at the waiting area will be used for the children to place their clean clothes whom the later will start undressing, wrapping themselves up with their bath towels and have their dirty clothes folded as well as packed in their personal plastic or ziploc bags. Transition 2 Soon after the last boy has returned to the classroom, a group of six girls will be called to have their showers next. Once the first six girls are done with their shower time, the next batch of six girls will called to shower next. Children who had their showers done, will automatically proceed to complete their worksheets or drawing activity; with the supervision of an assistant teacher or Chinese teacher in the classroom. When all children have been bathed, children whose hair is washed and wet will be called by me one by one to have his or her hair blown-dry.
At 9 in the morning, it was our duty to prepare children for breakfast, this consisted of helping them to clear away their toys, attach bibs to them and sit them around a table. After breakfast had ended, I then had to wipe their faces and get toys out for them to play with. While the children were playing, I had to make sure that all breakfast items were took down stairs and put away. For a while i would play with the children until 10.30 when the music man came. When the music man came, I had to make sure that all toys were cleared away and that the children were sat in a circle and ready.
He needs to be supervised on the changing table at all time to prevent him from rolling off. Encourage him to use the toilet by putting him on before a shower/after, before he leaves school/home and before/after a meal. • Changing positions- He needs a change of position to prevent pressure sores and encourage mobility as he his physically disabled. He likes rolling on the floor so the area has to be free from hazards. He stands in is standing frame for 20minutes a day with adult supervision to prevent him from injury.
Before entering the classroom you must remove you shoes to keep the ground safe and clean for infants to roam around. There is a washing area to be able to wash your hands and the toys. There is a refrigerator and microwave for bottles and infant food. The room is full of pictures on the wall with people the infants recognize at their eye level. There are developmental toys scattered around on the floor to provide infants with a variety of challenges.
A child observes how parents treat each other and other people they come in contact with and will mimic these behaviors growing up. If they observe parents arguing all the time, treating each other with disrespect then they too will learn this behavior and treat other people with disrespect. An example of observational learning during child rearing is getting a child to clean his or her room. First, start by finding some educational cartoons of children cleaning their room. Allow
On their way out, 5 or 6 children wave to me and one little boy comes up and gives me a hug. They play outside on the playground for about 10 minutes, at which point it starts to rain; Miss Charlotte rings a bell on the playground and everybody heads back inside. Everyone forms a circle on the floor again; while everyone is getting adjusted they sing “Where is Thumbkin?” After the song, Miss Charlotte and the other two teachers put their fingers to their lips to get everyone quiet and the students follow suit. 2 One of the teachers (Miss Judy?) looks at a spiral of colored paper and says it’s Ryan’s turn to lead this morning.
Any accidents or falls or resident becoming ill. 20.00 Visual checks, making sure where each one of the residents are in the home(taking extra care to find the residents that are known to abscond), especially the ones that have been assisted in to bed early by day carers, pressure mats and crash mat in place, bed lowered as needed, making sure they are comfortable e.g. have enough pillows and blankets. Making a note as we go, so we can enter this onto the computer and update their daily progress notes. 20.15 Provide supper to the resident, asking them what they would like, Example: Fluids- Tea, Coffee, Hot chocolate or Holicks. Food- Sandwiches, Toast, Crisps, Cakes or Biscuits.
Caring for children (0-6years) Skill demonstration Changing a Baby’s nappy Organization of the task. I washed and dried my hands, tithed my hair. Then I prepared the area where to change baby’s nappy. I was using changing table, so I put on a changing mat and paper. If I wouldn’t be using changing table I would lay a blanket, towel or changing mat on the floor or bed.
As this didn’t seem to work the key person put child A next to the toys, and started shaking a shaker, after 10 seconds child A stopped crying and started playing with the shaker, while smiling and looking at the key person and her mother. The key person goes up to the mother and has a small conversation, before the mother left the nursery, saying goodbye to child A. When child A is collected from the nursery: It is 4:25 in the afternoon, on a Thursday, child A is playing with the bricks, trying to stack them together, while the key person is sitting next to them, after a minute later their mother enters the gates. The key person notices, grabs child A and holds them in her arms, while walking towards the gates. At first child A appears to be distressed, as they appear to still want to play with the bricks, but when the key person says “look its mummy”, they look towards the gates making a few cooing noises.