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Group 2 Toddlers (1-2 years)
Transcript of Group 2 Toddlers (1-2 years)
(1-2 years) Cognitive Development Growth in Communication
Ability to remember people and things
Answering children's questions
Read and promote literacy
Emerging ability to plan a sequence of actions to accomplish a goal
Occasional use of organization
Rapid vocabulary and syntax growth
Plural word use, pronouncing some phonemes, and blends
recognize themselves in mirrors
Can find objects when hidden
Will explore objects more, can turn pages in books, can match objects
Imitates others actions Social Development Formation of close bonds with family or caregivers
playing with peers, and gaining abilities of gratification, sharing, taking turns. They prefer to play alone though.
Promote sharing; resolve conflict, and aggressive behaviors. Also encourage forming relationships.
Toddlers understand that they are individuals
Concrete thinkers- meaning they can often understand many words, children in their second year cannot grasp abstract concepts.
Child is curious and energetic, but he depends on an adult's presence for reassurance and needs a lot of adult attention. Does not like to be seperated from their parents.
Enjoys playing with adults Physical Development Emotional Development Physical Activities Simon Says, peek-a-boo
Blocks, puzzles, dancing, etc. to develop fine mother skills
Playing with a ball like basketball or rolling it back and forth
Toddler songs with hand motions like patty-cake Read to them to develop their language
singing songs, like ABC's, 123's
asking a question and they have to point to answer, like matching objects
practicing colors, shapes, sizes, numbers
Play matching games, puzzles Cognitive Activities Teaching them to share and takes turns.
Play in group activities or play dates.
Caregiver and/or Family playing with child to develop relationship.
Role playing and early symbolic play.
Playing House Teaching them the emotional expressions, like flash cards with emotions.
Taking Turns game
Playing house Emotional Activities Develop motor skills that include: walking, standing, running, skipping, throwing balls, building blocks, grabbing objects
starting to develop awareness of personal hygiene
ensuring child's basic safety
Short attention span
Balancing on one foot
jumps backwards and sidewise
pushes and pulls objects
paints and scribbles
Can feed themselves Awareness of ownership and sense of own power.
Desire to be close to parents when afraid, hurt or uncertain
wide variety of emotions
emergence of self-conscious emotions
Increasing use of "feelings" and "thinking" words
Mind does not always represent events accurately
Deals with feelings
Temper Tantrums- anger and fustration are the biggest cause of tantrums, but there are other factors. Physical Cognitive Social Activities Social and Emotional Sources: McDevitt, T & Ormrod, J (2012). Child Development and Education. New Jersey: Allyn&Bacon, Incorporated.
Youtube for videos
Resourceful Websites with Activities: http://www.bestbeginningsalaska.org/early-learning-materials/in-english/for-toddlers.html
http://www.fcs.uga.edu/ext/bbb/childDev_12-24.php The End