Preschool Children Case Study

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Preschool Children: The Stages of Development of When designing or developing a curriculum that encompasses the physical, social and emotional, as well as cognitive development of children ages 3 to 6. First, this writer would ensure the curriculum; activities, materials, and toys do not promote personal preferences, such as stereotypes of religion, political, gender, and race. As well safeguarding the equipment is operable and safe, clutter-free – meaning not blocking a child’s freedom to enjoy and engage in the activity and safety. Lastly, the activities should foster a safe, clean, soft, especially in the library to promote relaxation, healthy learning environment. This paper will address the development of children, physically cognitively, …show more content…
Place masking tape on the floor to create a pathway.
2. The children attempt to follow the path while balancing a beanbag on their head, then on their shoulder, elbow, and knee.
3. 3 they can use the. Same pathway for hopping with the beanbag on one knee or and the toes of one foot.
*Developmental Bonus: Coordination; Balance larger gross motor development.
III. Art: Textured Hands and Feet.
Materials: texture paper (wallpaper sampled), markers, and scissors.
1. The children trace around their hands and feet on textured paper (wallpaper is great).
2. Cut them out. Younger children and children with disabilities may need help cutting out their hands and feet.
3. Use later for bulletin boards or to create a mural or collage.
Things to talk about:
1. Have the children to observe and notice the difference in body parts? Hair - colors, texture, lengths?
*Developmental Bonus: body awareness, fine motor skills, social skills
IV. Science: Sound Canisters Marching Band
Materials: several coffee canisters, or potato chip cans with lids, dried rice, dried beans, dried corn, salt, colored tape or dot stickers.
1. Fill two cans one-half full with corn, two with beans, two with rice and two with

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