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  • 1. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE CHIIMBORAZO Methodology • Ms. César Narváez AGES AND STAGES:HOW CHILDREN GROW AND LEARN FROM 3 TO 6 YEARS Students: José Guaraca Víctor López
  • 2. HEIGHT WEIGHT BRAIN TEETH BIOLOGYCAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. CROOS MOTOR SKILLS FINE MOTOR SKILLS
  • 4. PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAY WITH OTHERS EMOTIONAL EGOCENTRIC
  • 5. ACTIVITIES TO DISTINGUISH PARTS OF THE BODY 1. Ask children for touching their parts of the body in a correct way . 2. To do the activity with the children but you have to get confuse on porpuse touching your body incorrectly, the child will distinguish the correct part. TEACHING TO COUNT NUMBERS. Use an abacus to teach addition and subtraction.
  • 6. Health and Wellbeing It is about learning how to lead healthy and active lives, becoming confident, happy and forming friendships and relationships with others that are based on respect.
  • 7. FOSTER YOUR CHILD’S HEALTH AND WELLBEING DURING EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES Preparing food together will help your child try out lots of different taste experiences as preparation and cooking are taking place.
  • 8. Get Active Taking part in regular physical activity indoors and outdoors is essential for good health and can be an enjoyable part of life. Encouraging children to be active now will help them continue to develop a healthy active lifestyle as they grow.  Set a good example. If you are active this will encourage your child to be active too. Try to walk wherever possible instead of taking the car or bus. Be positive about being active and your child will be too.  Involve your child in household activities, such as taking the rubbish out, sweeping and dog walking to keep physically active.
  • 9. HAVE FUN TOGETHER AS YOUR CHILD DEVELOPS LITERACY SKILLS,THROUGH THE THINGS YOU DO AND PLACES YOU GO.  Explore the different signs you see in the street about litter, cyclists and dogs.  Talk together about what the signs mean and why they are there.
  • 10. PUPPETS
  • 11. PULLS WHEELED TOYS
  • 12. RIDES WHEELED TOYS
  • 13. PAINT BRUSHES The paint brushes were made from a variety of materials including…. construction paper feathers yarn bubble wrap
  • 14. THANKS