Transcript: This preschool uphold the NAEYC Standard, these standard include: - Relationships - Curriculum - Teaching - Assessment of Child Progress - Health - Teachers - Families - Community Relationships - Physical Environment - Leadership and Management These standards are important for this school to uphold so that we can provide the best enviroment possible for the children, families, and staff. References: How this program supports the teachers: “Play is our brain’s favorite way of learning.” (Diane Ackerman, (admin, 2012) Playing can help children develop and learn in so many different ways. Blocking off times during the school day where children can play will help them grow physically, cognitively, and even emotionally. Children will grow physically by play because they are using their motor skills. Their motor skills can be flexed by even playing with a jump rope. A child’s “gravity is located in the upper body; the child's lower half has not yet developed proportionally to the upper half. This imbalance renders preschoolers susceptible to falls, and they may experience difficulty while trying to balance.” (Bruen, 2014) This is why jump rope and hopping on one foot and balancing for as long as possible provide physical activity while also improving their coordination and balance. Physical Environment: Activities: As an educators we can encourage the parents to be more open with us, and come to us with any special concerns or questions. We always encourage families to get involved with their child’s education. We think that an involved family creates better students and children. We always want to include families in our activities, and make an effort to create as many opportunities as possible. Families are so important to us and the children, we want to create a relationship with all of you. Attached I have created a monthly chart of ways we include the families. Our center has flourished by having our standards in relationships, not only the relationships with the children, but especially with the families and community. Relationships should be warm and inviting, we want to have relationships with the children, families, and community, and they should want to have one with us. The NAEYC (2008) states: “an effective program establishes and maintains relationships with agencies and institutions that can support it in achieving the goals for curriculum, health promotion, children’s transitions, inclusion, and diversity. This can also help connect families with needed resources” (Children, 2008, p. 3) These types of relationships will provide our center with diversity, and help children have healthy development and learning. We have relationships with the community to help with fundraising, and also outsourcing for things like grant and scholarships for under privileged families. This is so Every child has an equal opportunity of coming to this facility. The physical domain addresses the child abilities outside of the inner mind. “The physical domain of development includes physical growth and development, gross motor development and skills, fine motor development and skills, and perceptual motor skills. The physical development of the brain is also covered in this domain” (Estes, 2012, p. 4.3). In the physical domain of development children learn how to use their selves, this means that children start to learn what they can do, such as movement of the limbs, hands, and, walking, running, and, playing. Physical growth and development include height, weight, health and neurological developments. Gross motor development includes the arms, legs, and torsos. It also includes locomotor skills, coordination, and strength. The fine motor development includes movements in the hands, feet, face, and mouth. It includes self-help skills. “These skills are used to eat, dress, and complete hygiene-related tasks such as brushing teeth, combing hair, and bathing. Self-help skills provide natural opportunities for practicing specialized movements of the hands and fingers to manipulate objects” (Estes, 2012, p.4.4). The last section of physical development is perceptual motor development, this includes sensory experiences and coordination of senses and muscle development. These physical domains are established in preschool because there is usually room for the children to use their motor skills, they can run and play in the open area, there are places for them to draw and paint at the easel or at tables. These craft tables allow them to use their creative parts of the mind. There are places where they can even learn the self-help skills, the clothing areas, where they can zip their coats and put on their hats. Mission Statement: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” (Franklin, n.d.) The vision of this development center is to create an interactive, safe environment, where all children and their families feel welcome. Joseph Nowiki (2000) teaches us that: "There is a strong push to involve
Transcript: Identify basic needs of plants and animals. Students will then draw life-size portriats of themselves. The teacher will trace the body of every student on large sheets of paper. Everyone will take turns on explaining how their drawling matches them in real life. Early Learning Standard Activity #1 Teacher will encourage students to identify different types of living things that grow. (Plants, Animals, Humans) Students can plant their own plants in the class room and watch them grow. Preschool Presentation Teacher will discuss body parts such as eyes, ears, and hair. Students will find partners to notice the similarities and differences of eachothers body parts. My Body and Me :Leigha Mayers Early Learning Standards Discuss what plants need to grow (Sunlight, Water, Air) Discuss what Animals need to grow (Food, Milk) Discuss what humans need to grow (Food, Milk) Growing Activity #2 Identify natural resources available to people in their daily lives.
Transcript: By Diego Rodas Preschool Presentation Social Development Emotional development Socializing is really important for the little kids doesn't matter how old they are.At the age of 3 they are probably starting preschool meaning they will interact with other children.Associative play start by when the child looks for others to play with.The child will probably use lots of his imagination when playing with his friends.He also starts to have emotions around him.When your child is 4 meaning he would be entering kindergarten is now more happy in being with other kids. The child learns to share there things with other kids and also help each other. It should also show more affection toward the family. They will also seek more independence on often things.Now you're child should be 5 and seek more independence than usual. The child will start asking to do things that she wants to do but there are other things they still have to have parent near by. SUBTOPIC 1 SUBTOPIC 1 TEXT TEXT PICTURES PICTURES SUBTOPIC 2 SUBTOPIC 2 TIMELINE TIMELINE 2019 MAP MAP CHART CHART Physical development At age 3 with physical development all his teeth should be there. They can also do things like kick a heavy ball they can also climb one step at a time.They could also get potty trained by this age. At age 4 are now more developed. Now they can run more easier and get more energy. They can probably climb on playground objects. They would be able to feed themselves with whatever silverware but be very cautious with knife. They should also do shape with play doh and write letters holding a pencil,colors,etc. Age 5 they don't usually need help while doing physical things. By this age they should have a firm hand. Physical Development Cognitive Development Memory is really important during this phase in your children life. At the age of 3 they are available to use memory. Memory is used when the child is intrigued by something. Children are also using sequences to boost there memory. When children are independent doing hard task they would usually talk to themselves. Children also believe that everyone else including adult believe what they say. Children that make imaginary friends are more by themselves then interacting with other people. Cognitive Development
Transcript: And if a child attends preschool it doesn't necessarily mean that they will be smarter than a child that did not attend preschool. Definition of Preschool Preschool/Childcare And in the same period about 6 million children dropped out of high school. Do Now: Did you attend preschool? Yes or No Preschool let children play and learn at the same time. If you did,did you like it why or why not? A child start to learn and understand completely from ages 2-5 and develop as they get older. Children that attend preschool are less likely to get arrested or go to prison when they get older. Since 1983 more than 10 million American 12th graders reached 12th grade without knowing how to read at the basic level. by: Tawana Holness Why is preschool important? Preschool helps children to develop good school habits. Preschool help children to make friends and to familiarize themselves with their environment. Preschool give children the opportunity to explore and engage in activities that help to develop their physical appearance. Preschool is important because it helps children to develop responsible academic behaviors, social skills and emotional self-control. Most children learn mostly from hands on activities such as drawing objects, they do this to express their feelings. My fieldwork and the research that I did shows that preschool is very beneficial because while doing my field work I saw how the children behave and socialize with their peers, the teachers also gave the children home work to do although they are so young,but they will be required to do this when they attend elementary school and high school. Preschool give children the chance to be independent. Thesis Statement Preschool helps children to learn and develop as well make friends before going to elementary school. Video:The Importance of Preschool Did you know? `I volunteered at Tiny Stars Child Development Program center for my fieldwork. The experience felt really good because interacting with the kids helped me to learn more about them and their feelings and how to react to their feelings. According to the oxford dictionary Preschool maybe defined as " of or relating to the time a child is old enough to attend kindergarten or elementary school." Introduction The average child learn approximately 3000 words per year in the early school years. Fieldwork It is important that children attend preschool because it helps in the growth and developmental process of children. During my interview with Ms.Madden I learned that each child learn differently from the other some learn faster than others while others may learn at a slower pace. Preschool teaches children to be responsible for their actions. Positive effects of Preschool on children. At preschool children sense of competence (capability) and self- worth grow(self-esteem). Explanation In the early 60's only 10% of American children attend preschool, now that number has changed and a lot more parents are sending their children to preschool. Preschool is import because it helps children learn how to behave, that is at preschool they learn how to react to certain problems and situations.
Transcript: preschool presentation victoria vo cognitive cognitive <img physical -at age 3, children are able to climb stair one foot at a time -at age 3, they are able to hold crayons and markers and are able to stack at least 8 blocks -at age 3, all their baby teeth are in -at the age of 4, running is easier for them -at age 4, they can start feeding themselves with a spoon and fork -at the age of 4, they can use the bathroom by themselves -at the age of 5, they can start walking backwards and it is easier for them -at age 5, they can start tumbling, skipping, and can catch a ball -at age 5, they can start coping letters and shapes and cut with scissors -at age 5, they find out their dominant hand ( they have a dominant hand) pictures social -socialization is an important part of a child's development -at age 3, they start looking for other kids -at age 3, they start using their imagination -at age 3, children start understanding their emotions ( happy, scared, sad) -at the age of 4, they start having interest in being part of a group -at age 4, they start understanding about sharing and waiting for their turn -at age 4, they start offering more hugs and kisses -at age 4, they start wanting to more independent but chooses the worst time to do so -at age 5, they are more comfortable with being independent around family -at age 5, they start learning to follow directions pictures
Transcript: By: Maddy Grimes 7th Period Preschool Presentation Children around the preschool age, start to become more independent within themselves. This includes solving problems between each other and making decisions on their own. Independence Independence Problem Solving Problem Solving When children come across a problem with each other, they may: Maturely talk it out Ask for an adult's help Use small violence Cognitive Development At this time children: Begin solving problems between each other Want to do more things on their own Cognitive Development Problems Problem Solving Vygotsky's research shows that with the help of an adult in situations, children can learn to solve things easier within one another. At this time, children will thrive to work independently. When they work towards more challenging tasks, they will talk to themselves. It is their self thought. Independence Independence Physical Development Physical Development Kids 3-5 begin to be able to: feed themselves with a spoon or fork climb up and down stairs without help go to the bathroom by themselves Social Development After the age of one, children will be hitting many milestones in their life. With a bit of help kids will be able to share properly with peers. Social Development Social More independence in this area is: by insisting to get ready by themselves putting away toys starting to bathe themselves Social
Transcript: preschool presentation By caden kyser when they are age 3 they have all of their teeth and are able to walk up stairs one foot at a time with no help. early development of some motor skills. physical when they age 4 they can hop on one foot and start to run easier and stop. they also start to feed themselves with a spoon and fork . when they are age 5 they are able to easily catch a ball and develop a dominant hand. they can easily walk backwards and balance on one foot. by age 3 children can reliably acquire,store and recall information. cognitive vygotsky believed that through social interaction children's cognitive ability develops children often use routines to further understand simple tasks. social/emotional at age 3 children are able to seek out other kids to play and socialize with and will start to make new friends. they will also pretend play and dress up in costumes or play clothes. children know a lot about how to treat people but give reminders on how to share and ask nicely. at age 4 they begin to show interest in being apart of a group. they also share and cooperate more with other kids. they are also more physically affectionate
Transcript: What can you do to promote readiness: * Plan the day ahead * Exposure to the environment * Know your school environment * Organisation: Bag, lunchbox * Special needs * PLPs * Explicit teaching: L3, TEN, ANC * Interactive & hands experiences Additional Programs Kindergarten have access to at EPS: Websites * Social groups * CAPA - Spotlight * Computers * Library * Scripture * School readiness * Dialogue and discussion * Read daily Buddies Kindergarten Readiness Eleebana Public School Catering for differentiation- BEST START What else can you do to promote school readiness: Meeting the individual needs of students Introduction to all subjects What does teaching look like at Eleebana PS: ? * School A to Z * Eleebana PS
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