Unit 4 (Support children and young people’s health and safety)
Criteria 3.2 and 3.3
In order to meet Criteria 3.2 and 3.3, complete the table to explain the importance of providing some risk within the play.
|Why is it important to provide challenging activities for |How will this support the children developmental needs? | |children? | | |Challenging activities is essential to development because it |Activities help to support children in personal, social and | |contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional |emotional development. | |well-being of children. | | |Outdoor activities help children to gain a sense of mastery and |Building strength, self-confidence, concentration, and | |competency skills. They try climbing, running; throwing and they |coordination. | |feel they can do it, which in turn builds up their confidence | | |level. Even when they are playing any game and they win the game,| | |it helps in developing the winning spirit. It’s a best way to | | |boost their self-esteem as well. | | |Physical activity has mental and social health benefits and |Activities helps children to encourage Speech and Language | |active children are likely to feel more confident, happy, relaxed|Development | |and are able to sleep better. It also...
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