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Observation Report

1778 words - 8 pages

Observation Project

 

 
When a child is born in this world they spit, drool, and cry. They depend on their parents and/or 
guardians because they cannot fend for themselves. What they lack in strength they make up for in 
learning and developing. We as teachers provide a learning environment which helps them learn 
social, physical, and cognitive/language skills. Some will pick up skills faster than others as infants. 
Just as some will pick up skills faster they may very well lack in another developing skill as a toddler. 
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 After going all the way up the 
stairway he yelled “I did it”. The child expressed happiness over capability to climb the stairs 
successfully. 

Firstly, the  development of the infant has yet to adopt to their environment in which they find 
themselves in. Secondly, Infants are yet to utter the first word which they will use in learning of their 
mother’s tongue. Thirdly, if the infant is able to differentiate their emotions, then this means they have 
grown to toddlerhood. Growth witnessed from infancy to toddlerhood would be the age appropriate 
changes the child displayed. Last year they struggled to climb the stair. This observation used a three 
word sentence. The child expressed appropriate emotion to their success as well. All three areas show 
the appropriate developmental progress from infancy to toddlerhood. 
My perception of toddler development has changed because I now realize used to measure 
assess a child in multiple developmental areas rather than just one. What I learned in this course is that   
it changed the way you see child development in order to learn to walk, a child needs to develop the 
strength and balance skills, but in order to make use of automatic muscle coordination they need to be 
focused on something. A baby goes through shy stages at certain ages. The reason for that is actually 
that this baby has just become aware of being more independent from its caregiver. It's learning how to 
crawl and/or walk well. Now the child begins to realize that the caregiver also has this degree of 
independence and could become separated from the baby. 
A typical preschooler has a variety of abilities  within the learning domains. Although, not all 
on the same level of these domains, preschooler are able to accomplish a good deal, allowing them to 
be able to function within the learning environment. Typically, preschooler are able to run, jump, and 
climb using their large muscles and gross motor skills that been developing since birth. Many 
preschoolers develop gross motor skills with little difficulty, but find it hard to work through fine 
motor skill activities. With continued practice and use of these muscles, this domain grows as well. 
Socially, preschooler have learned skills that will allow them to be accepted by their peers and others 
they come in contact with. They are aware of rules and acceptable behavior. They are able to determine 

right from wrong and control their behavior so that it is acceptable for their classroom environment. 
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