Cypop 4 Essays and Term Papers

  • CYPOP 4

     CYPOP 4 Promote Young Children’s Physical Activity And Movement Skills. Task 1 1.1 Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well-being of children: Physical activity is extremely important to the short and long term health and well-being...

      698 Words | 3 Pages   Physical exercise, Health, Motor unit, Motor coordination

  • Cypop 4

    CYPOP 4 AC 1.1 Physical activity is important to the short term and long term health and well being of children. In the short term physical activity helps children to build muscle, develops the skeletal frame, develops the heart and lung function and helps to prevent obesity. If children have enough...

      1382 Words | 4 Pages   Physical exercise, Diabetes mellitus type 2, Health

  • CYPOP 4 1.1

     Physical activity is important as it has been proven that it increases life expectancy and decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease. Physical activity has benefits for physical, psychological and social. Inactive children are likely to become inactive adults. Physical activity helps with; Controlling...

      438 Words | 1 Pages   Physical exercise, Health, Obesity, Sleep

  • Cypop 5 Task 4

    required= first aid kits , fire blankets, fridge thermometers, CRB checks for myself and adults who live at my setting.) 2. Utilities. 3 Rent. 4. Food /snacks. 5. Travel, bus fares, entrance fees 6 Misc. Sources of support and information for the setting up and running of my home based...

      510 Words | 2 Pages  

  • CYPOP 4 Promote Young Children

    CYPOP 4 Promote young children’s physical activity and movement skills 1.1 It is important that children get a good amount of physical activity each day because it is essential for children’s growth and development. Current guidelines state that children should be spending minimum of one hour a day...

      343 Words | 2 Pages   Physical exercise, Obesity, Health, Sleep

  • Cypop

    Sex: am I ready? Latest user comment: There have been no comments made here yet. 0% found this factfile useful You should only have sex when you're sure that you're ready. Find out what it means to "be ready" here, plus ways of knowing if you are and advice for your first time... What does it...

      1405 Words | 5 Pages  

  • Cypop

    I have a 10 month old baby, a 2 year old and 2 - 4 year olds. These children warrant different toys to their age brackets. The baby needs age appropriate toys to prevent choking, harm and hazards. The 2 year old could share some of the toys with the 4 year olds but some things such as Lego, craft activities...

      1580 Words | 5 Pages   Hygiene, British Standards, CE marking, Pesticide

  • Cypop 17

    CYPOP7 Explain the features of an environment that supports creativity and creative learning. Children need challenging places to jump, swing, climb, run and skip. The outdoor area offers major learning opportunities. In her book, Playing Outdoors: Spaces and Places, Risk and Challenge (2007)...

      1321 Words | 5 Pages   Playground

  • Cypop 5

    CYPCore32-4.1 Explain how own working practice can affect children and young people's development It is very important that all practitioners have good knowledge of children development and their needs. It is important that practioners continue to develop their skills, and professional knowledge throughout...

      287 Words | 1 Pages   Child care, Nanny

  • Cypop Legislation

    Safeguarding; Policy All children have the right to grow, develop, play and learn in an environment there they feel safe and secure, which is safeguarded and fee from any type of abuse. All children have the right to be protected from abuse, abusers and potential abusers. I will ensure that I am...

      338 Words | 2 Pages   Child safeguarding, Child abuse

  • Cypop 1

    CYPOP 1 * Understand the development and learning of babies and young people Cross ref CYP 3.1 1.2 Explain how development and learning are inconnected. How and why variations occur in rate and sequence of development and learning. That learning may take place in different ways. The importance...

      2317 Words | 6 Pages   Nerve, Attachment theory, Neuron, Fetus

  • cypop 7

    CYPOP 7 1.1 Creative learning is about how children problem solve, how they think and how they imagine. To allow this we need to provide opportunities for children to explore and to be imaginative in what they do, we need to provide resources that can be transported and manipulated, for example a child...

      452 Words | 2 Pages  

  • CYPOP 13

    to photocopy it. To keep costs down, we only send out letters to people who we are inviting for interview. So, if you haven’t heard from us within 4 weeks after the closing date for applications, please accept that you have not been short listed and will not be asked for interview. We do not normally...

      2388 Words | 14 Pages   Disability, Mixed (United Kingdom ethnicity category), Health, Recruitment

  • Cypop 1.2

    of strategies’ to cope with new challenges risk or stressful situations. 3. Mental health: this relates to our ability to organise our thoughts. 4. Social health: this is concerned on how we relate to others and form relationships. 5. Spiritual health: this includes religious beliefs and practises...

      2083 Words | 7 Pages   Food allergy, Peanut allergy, Tree nut allergy, Health

  • cypop 15

    Cypop 7 22 P romote creativity and creative learning in young children: Unit CYPOP 7 Learning outcomes By the end of this chapter you will: 1. Understand the concepts of creativity and creative learning, and how these affect all aspects of young children’s learning and development. 2. Be able...

      10999 Words | 42 Pages   Creativity, Education, Hypothesis, Numeracy

  • CYPOP 17

    CYPOP 17: understanding the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage; Introduction: This assignment has been completed by answering the questions under each sub section. 1. Understand the factors that may impact on the outcomes and life chances...

      3407 Words | 9 Pages   Parenting, Life chances, Child development, Poverty

  • Cypops 1.1

    speech, The dictionary explanation of speech is “The expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds” or “A person's style of speaking” to have the ability to speak is by producing a physical sound and a sound pattern of a language, speech has a rhythm of different...

      281 Words | 1 Pages   Body language, Gesture, Communication, Language

  • Cypop 14

    Support children to have positive relationships 1.1 There are a variety of relationships children can develop; · Parents · Siblings · Other family members (Grandparents/ cousins) · Other children (friends) · Childcare Proffesionals ( Playgroup leaders/ Childminders) · Doctors/Dentists · Proffesional...

      374 Words | 2 Pages   Child care, Self-esteem

  • cypop 1

    positive contribution,achieve economic wellbeing. This act is of importance as it is really based around making the UK better and safer for all children. 4. Equality Act 2010-I would explain to them this law replaced many previous laws to combine it all under this one which in essence is to protect people...

      270 Words | 1 Pages   Children Act 1989

  • Cypop 2

    Positive relationships and communication Cyp3.6 1.1 Explain the importance of multi-agency working and integrated working The importance of multi-agency working and integrated working is that children in their early years may have a range of needs, so the way we work together with a wide range...

      300 Words | 1 Pages  

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