and promote their independence 3.3 Explain how a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families 3.4 Describe the importance for physical and mental well being of balancing periods of physical activity with rest and quiet time
4. Understand how to support...
3.3. Explain how a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their
3.4. Describe the importance for physical and mental
well being of balancing periods of physical activity
with rest and quiet time.
4. Understand how to support the...
• Models how to treat people and materials gently
• Maintains consistent and individualized routines to meet the physical and emotionalneeds of the children
• Soothes and calms the child in response to the child‛s feelings and behaviors
THE ENVIRONMENT INCLUDES
• A consistent daily routine...
4.) Children learn best in an environment that promotes learning. Features of a good learning environment are how they set up the classroom. Strong classroom management. Routines and changing from one activity to another in a positive way.
5.) All young children have certain...
how the overall development of babies can be supported during care routines, eg as well as giving babies food and drink, meal times can be very enjoyable and stimulate the social and emotional development of babies because…….
Well planned care routines can not only meet the individual needs of babies...
positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families
By having a positiveenvironment allows children to learn how to behave in a manor in which shows that they can get along with everyone in a way that doesn’t separate anybody due to factors of physical or...
thoroughly looked after and to be kept safe from accidents.
E7 & D1- Explain the importance of well-planned care routines and the key worker system & Consider how care routines can enhance the overall development of babies from birth to 12 months
Babies need well planned care routines to meet...
healthy.Toothpastes contain abrasives, detergents, and foaming agents. Fluoride, the most common active ingredient in toothpaste, is what prevents cavities. So you should always be sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.
• Explain how a positiveenvironment and rouitine meet the emotionalneeds of children and...
Positiveenvironment means environment which support all aspects of children’s and young people learning experience. This term is very comprehensive and must include lots of different aspects of learning which includes physical and emotionalneeds. The settings must provide appropriate conditions...
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CDA Competency Goals
GOAL I: To establish and maintain a safe, healthy, and responsive learning environment. FUNCTIONAL AREA 3: Learning Environment Candidate uses space, relationships, materials, and routines as resources for...
a child’s physical, social and emotional development and how a parent/carer’s sensitive intervention can have a positive effect on the child’s well-being and self-esteem.
The physical and psychological needs of a three year old include having basic needs met such needs should include food...
Section 3 - Supporting social emotional and cognitive needs of children and young
Task 1 links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3.
Section 1 - The concept of positive practice
These notes must show that you can:
explain how to recognise and build on the...
experiences and materials that are meaningful, open-ended, real and reflect everyday life experiences
The basic needs of children
Positiveenvironment should meet basic needs of children, which are:
Eating and drinking
ECCE setting should provide: healthy food, snacks...
* a stimulating learning environment
* establish open communication and encourages the sharing of ideas
* encourage cooperative learning
* equal opportunities for all pupils
3. Classroom rules and routines (is being informed of acceptable behavior in the classroom...
their confidence as they know what to expect from a situation. Meal routines establish positive interaction and social skills.
E4 Plan the appropriate care of a child aged 3 for a full day in the setting
8.30 | Children arrive at the setting and have breakfast | This is important because it...
I ask the children to add 2 apples to 3 of them and asked them to tell me how many there are all together.
Using inclusive practice, attitudes and valuing and having a positiveenvironment which are important for practitioners to consider. Every child needs to be treat all the same and...
plan made by staff. All practitioners should be aware of how the daily routines and how the inside and outside environment provide children with opportunities for developing. The prime areas of learning and developing are personal, social and emotional development. It is recommended that a folder is...
emotional disposition or temperament of the learner’s (happy, sad, easily, cries, moody-shift.
2. How do they express their wants/needs? Can they wait?
3. How they handle frustrations?
4. Describe their level of confidence as shown in their behavior. Are they self conscious?
those around them, a recognisable routine (e.g. at bedtime and mealtimes), exceptions which are appropriate for their stage of development, and opportunities for playing and having fun and approval. 3. We expect our staff to be aware of these physical and emotionalneeds and, with the help of parents...
Intellectual and cognitive development: 3-7 years.
Children are continuing to learn and show great interest in their environment and the world around them. At this stage they will be acquiring many new skills. Number and writing skills are improving.
Social, emotional, behaviour and...