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WELCOME to Child Development. Everyone is a developer of children whether you plan on having kids or not. Children are our future and if we lose our children we lose our future. This semester course will focus on making a difference in the life of a child by developing children into the best tha
The ECE 2 Level 3 class focuses on hands on involvement (experience) supported by a basic and quick review of Showing and Teaching (ECE education). Taking the knowledge of developing children, learned in Child Development and ECE 1, and using it to expand on the hands on role of managing a center an
This is a lesson plan templete I designed this past school year for my preschool class. I used it with the "We Can Early Childhood Curriculum." It should adapt easily to other Early Childhood Curriculums or can be used by teachers who design their own theme based curriculums.
WELCOME to Child Development. Everyone is a developer of children whether you plan on having kids or not. Children are our future and we will depend on them to continue the functioning of society. If we lose our children we lose our future. We will focus on how to develop children into the best
This curriculum area's focus is called Music and Movement for a reason and it is not because students will spend it sitting in their seats. In fact, that is the last thing that they will be doing today.you might want to brush up on your chicken dance movements as you take students through a class pe
This Child Development lesson plan is a continuation of the preschool physical development pretend "panel or booths" The desk tags needed for continuing the Preschool Q&A panel or booths are included. It has a great game to play with it.-All of the necessary components are incorporated into this
What is a neonate? With the help of a clip of "Bill Cosby's stand up act" the neonate will be described. Students will play BINGO to identify the characteristics of this newborn. This power point is complete with vocabulary words and accompanying pictures to teach about characteristics of the new
Today, students will become the specialists on baby proofing a house. Groups will create a flyer or pamphlet on one of the assigned 14 topics and then share it with the class so that workbook notes can be completed on it.**This is also the day set aside for the students to teach their group lesson p
This curriculum area's focus is called Music and Movement for a reason and it is not because students will spend it sitting in their seats. In fact, that is the last thing that they will be doing today.you might want to brush up on your chicken dance movements as you take students through a class pe
As we enter our last age of development, the preschooler, we begin with their amazing physical skills. Remember, these kids have only been around for about 36 months. That is as long as the student is in high school. Look at how much these kids have learned! Students will be able to show what they h
This Child Development power point is a continuation of the preschool physical development pretend "panel or booths" The desk tags needed for continuing the Preschool Q&A panel or booths are included. It has a great game to play with it. **There are TWO power points which provide two options for
The last day of our child development ages and stages section! This information is a big cognitive review of what has already been covered, but on a higher level of thinking. For this reason, we will be playing the fly swatter game! Time to see how much students learned about how a child gains knowl
There is a great poem called Children Learn What They Live. If these statements are so true, where do children learn these traits? Some of it stems from their caregiver and how they treat and discipline the child. These positively and negatively affect the type of person the child can become. Which
These strategies are researched based to provide to parents from their child's teacher or school professional as a helpful tool to guide parents. An English and Spanish version are each listed.
A baby will cry - a lot. What can a caregiver do so that they remain in control and the baby remains safe? The focus of the information is understanding the crying that occurs during the first year and obtaining skills on dealing with it. Help students experience the feelings of stress that can be b
How about understanding social and emotional traits through a bean bag experience set up around the room? After this information has been discussed, students will perform various simple bean bag tasks on their own or with friends to demonstrate their personality traits, social tendencies, and emotio
This lesson plan goes over the class expectations and also identifies the rights of children and the responsibilities that caregivers have to honor these rights.-All of the necessary components are incorporated into this lesson plan including resources, supplies, and specific instructions for activi
Now that the Child Development classroom's fictitious child has reached their second year of life or one year's old, a different level of physical growth and development is taking place and we do not want to miss any of it. Through hands on activities and learning, students will begin to understand
Today is the day when a teenager realizes that they are not much different than, and can actually relate to or understand, a toddler or the year's of the "terrible two's". More hands on experiences help the student to identify with the toddler and develop means to guiding a child through these emot
Today is the day when a teenager realizes that they are not much different than, and can actually relate to or understand, a toddler or the year's of the "terrible two's". More hands on experiences help the student to identify with the toddler and develop means to guiding a child through these emot
As we enter our last age of development, the preschooler, we begin with their amazing physical skills. Remember, these kids have only been around for about 36 months. That is as long as the student is in high school. Look at how much these kids have learned! Students will be able to show what they h
What can you begin doing now to be the best caregiver later on? We will discuss parenting responsibilities and how to prepare for the role that we take on as developers of children.-All of the slides follow and support the lesson plan's activities and lecture material.-Look for the unit 1 day 3 les
Nurturing and Bonding increases a child's ability in all 5 areas of development. What can we do as developers of children to support this? What are the affects if we do not?-All of the power point slides follow and support the lesson plan's activities and lecture material.-Look for the unit 1 day 4
It is not right that this topic has to be discussed, but as developers of children, it is our responsibilities to care for children when others will not. Give the students the means to do this.I usually have a speaker, for this day, but here is a lesson plan that could be used, if my speaker did not

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