Child-Day Care Center Observation

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The purpose of this observation paper is to monitor a child’s behaviour, development, and evaluate the child day care center. The child’s age and race in the time of the observation and the location will be noted to see how the child will behave in the activities with other children. Also, the child, physical, emotional, and cognitive will be recorded in addition to see how the child interact the objects within the environment. After gathering the data of the child’s performance, the child care center will be evaluation based on its curriculum, adult-child interactions and offer recommendations for improvement of the child care.

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