Areas of Development

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Explain each of the areas of learning and development and how these are interdependent. Personal social and emotional has three aspects, making relationships, managing feelings and behaviour and self-confidence and self-awareness. This area is all about the child’s relationships with other people and themselves. Children need to develop relationship with the people around the for example the children they play with and come into contact with. The staff that work in that room and their family members. You recognise the relationship people have by observing them and if it’s you and a child you know if that child is close to you. Managing feeling and behaviour is all about the feeling children get and what they know about them and can they recognise them within other people. And the behaviour side of it is knowing what to do and what not to do and can tell if there is any harm coming towards anyone. They can also recognise the behaviours in other children. Self-confidence and self-awareness is about the child knowing when they have done something new the can say look I have done this and are happy about it. Generally aware of themselves and what they are doing. Physical development has two areas of development in one being moving and handling. This is every physical movement that the child does so from drawing with a pencil using a three finger grip to jumping around outside and climbing the pirate ship. The other area is health and self-care. This is the children gaining the skills they need to learn. For example using the toilet by themselves or putting there on gloves hat and scarf on. How they use the cutlery at lunch and tea time and how well they drink out of a cup. Communication and language had three areas which understanding, speaking and listening and attention. Understanding covers how well the children understand simple instructions and when talking to you understand what is being said or what the question that is being asked is. Generally how they...
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