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    He is defiant only in his own mind, where he allows himself to swear and talk back to his parents. Even so, he is under their control and he monitors his own thoughts based on what his parents would say. This shows that Kyle has no control over his own life or his own thoughts, which is the opposite of how Alison feels. From Alison’s perspective, it says “What she liked was being in charge of her. Her body, her mind. Her thoughts…

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    believes that she cannot speed up Bonnie's growth in fine motor control. Therefore, she has asked Bonnie to build block towers or play in the dress-up area, and excused her from the classroom activities that enlist fine motor abilities, such as "Puzzles" and "Arts and Crafts". Excluding Bonnie from the lessons may have an effect on her confidence, but her parents can motivate and help her to learn. Kid Sense (n.d.) outlined the fine motor skills for children between six to seven year old are…

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    car forward and backward, then all of a sudden the car’s two wheels lifted up from the table, and the car landed on the fifth wheel that was located on the trunk of the car and began spinning. Anthony smiled wide and continued holding the certain controls to make it rotate. After about a couple minutes of it rotating, he stopped the car. He then controlled the car to move it forward and it fell onto the floor where the dog heard the noise and came running towards it. Instead of Anthony picking…

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    When a person is the youngest member of her family, she has most likely never seen or paid any attention to the motor development of a child. This was the case for me and is also the reason for my interest in understanding the steps needed to get from a tiny wiggling baby to an adult with fully functional motor skills. My lack of assessable children is one of the reasons I chose to observe the infants and preschoolers whom receive care at Tutor Time. Another reason I felt going to a care…

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    On the muscular involvement continuum passing a football on the run would be considered a gross motor skill as it involves your whole body and large muscle groups to kick the ball as well as running with it, whereas fine motor skills require small muscle movements, precision and accuracy for example throwing a dart. On the continuity continuum passing a football would be considered a serial motor skill as it involves a discrete skill kicking the ball to a team mate which has a clear beginning…

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    Child Observation Project

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    For my child observation project, wanted to observe my cousin who is three years old. She has recently migrated here in San Jose, California. Her name is June(This is not her real name). June was born and raised in Eritrea (The country resides in Africa(west from the red sea)). Since she has recently migrated here to America she does not have a lot of friends unless if it is through family members who are around the age of 6-12 years old. Her first language is not English, but Tigrinya (the…

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    Characteristics Of A Snail

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    Slow as a Snail, But Fast as 1-2-3 “My son loves to crawl around with this toy!! It does fall over a little bit but that is completely fine because my baby loves to look at himself in the little mirror. Overall, this is a great toy and I would buy it as gifts for other babies” (“Fisher-Price”, 2016). Description The Fisher-Price Go Baby Go! 1-2-3 Crawl-Along Snail has colors that contrast with one another to help give a distinction in the different parts of the snail. The head of the snail is…

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    of in order to help them strengthen their gross motor skills. Thigs like climbing, running, balancing, bicycling, and jumping are al examples of things children can do, however they are all things that develop at a specific age. An 18 month old ability to climb the stairs is not the same as a 4 year old climbing up a set a stairs. According our text book “Every facet of the young child’s body that contributes to physical movement- the brain’s motor cortex, the spinal cord, the muscles, the…

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    caregiver takes care of him during the weekdays for around nine hours a day. Today, we analyze the results of his study to see if his development is in the right way according to his age. First, his physical development reveals that his fine and large motor skill are normal because he is able to hold a folk for himself and walks across a line including his interest for toilet training. However, his weight and height are above average because a 24 month’s boy is 24.8-28.8 in weight and 33.8-35.4…

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    by putting a recover with a hole as his hands then the child could be a quarterback or the laundry basket could be a goal and it could be a soccer theme. The sport itself really is irrelevant when it comes to this idea. Any sport will teach a child motor skills and as long as they are putting their dirty clothes away, operant conditioning. Really that is what is important, that the child is learning and developing into a healthy human…

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