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• All children are different and will develop at ...
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Lets look back at the
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Use the nabbies or your...
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Early Intervention
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  1. 1. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 1
  2. 2. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) Move around the room and discuss with the people at the heading, if you ever been told about: Why do you think these events stick in people’s minds?
  3. 3. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years. AC 1.1 Identify the expected pattern of: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development. Learning Outcomes
  4. 4. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • All children are different and will develop at their own pace. • The expected pattern of development will be similar for all children, which means that adults will know what children should be doing around a certain age. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  5. 5. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Lets look back at the homework table that you complete for stages of development. 1.1 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  6. 6. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Palmer, Pincer and Tripod Use the nabbies or your mobiles to take photos of your pair completing the different actions with a prop. Make it clear the action you are completing and use the course books to find out the ages these actions usually take place by children
  7. 7. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Development can be broken down into specific areas and is often know as SPICE: S – social P – physical I – intellectual (also known as cognitive) C – communication, including language E – emotional Emotional and social development also includes behavioural development. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  8. 8. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 2
  9. 9. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) Which of these would you not class as a disability? • Mental illness • Broken arm • Deafness Give at least 3 examples of how the Early years department can accommodate children with disabilities.
  10. 10. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years. AC 1.1 Identify the expected pattern of: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development. Learning Outcomes
  11. 11. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Pairs activity Create a snap game in your pair showing the expected pattern of a child’s physical development. Include the following age ranges: • Birth–1 year • 1–3 years • 3–5 years • 5–7 years. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1)
  12. 12. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • A baby crying is one of the first stages of language and communication development. • A cry could tell you that a baby is hungry, tired, wet or unwell. • As a child grows, their language and communication will develop until they can use complex sentences and understand complicated words and instructions. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  13. 13. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Why may babies cry? https://www.you tube.com/watch? v=9vCPMoILBv0 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1)
  14. 14. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity What is the difference between communication and language ? • Communication - Is the exchange of information • Language - The method and words used to communicate. Learning Check
  15. 15. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Independent research activity Create a poster page on your tables groups to show the expected pattern of a child’s language and communication development. These will be put together and displayed Include the following age ranges: • Birth–1 year • 1–3 years • 3–5 years • 5–7 years. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1)
  16. 16. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 3
  17. 17. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) Time: 10 mins Should children play outside in all weather? Please put your answers up on the white board as a group, adding your reasons why
  18. 18. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years. AC 1.1 Identify the expected pattern of: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development. AC 1.2 Explain the difference between the sequence of development and rate of development. Learning Outcomes
  19. 19. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • Intellectual or cognitive development involves children problem-solving and using reasoning. • A baby may have to work out how to make a rattle make a sound. • A 5-year-old child may have to follow instructions to help them to build a structure with construction bricks. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  20. 20. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Group activity Time: 20 mins Create a series of spider diagrams to show the expected pattern of a child’s cognitive development. Use each spider diagram to show what the child will be expected to do at that age, one age per table Include the following age ranges: • Birth–1 year • 1–3 years • 3–5 years • 5–7 years. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1)
  21. 21. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • A child will express their emotions in different ways according to their age and stage of development. • A 2-year-old is often described as going through the ‘terrible twos’, and this is expected at this age because that is the emotional stage of development they are at. • Social and behavioural development involves children being able to think of others and to learn to behave in an appropriate manner. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1) The expected pattern of development
  22. 22. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Classroom discussion activity Time: 20 mins Identify the expected pattern of a child’s social, emotional and behavioral development using your given faces. Work as a table and be as creative as possible. Include the following age ranges: • Birth–1 year • 1–3 years • 3–5 years • 5–7 years. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.1)
  23. 23. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • As previously discussed, all children will develop at their own pace. • The sequence of development is the order in which children are expected to develop skills, for example, most children will crawl before they walk. • The rate of development is the pace at which children develop, for example, Child A is 12 months old and can walk independently, while Child B (who is also 12 months old) has shown no signs of walking yet. • This shows that these two children are developing at their own rate. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.2) The sequence and rate of development – 1.2
  24. 24. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Growth or Development? Johnny has size five shoes Moira can hop on one leg Adam can write his name Layla counted to 5 Michelle has gained 2 ibs Libby has got taller Rachel's hands have got bigger Tyler is starting to crawl Aaron is age 3-4 in trousers Learning Check
  25. 25. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Extension activity A parent/carer has asked to speak to you as they are worried that their child is not yet dry during the day yet their friend, who is the same age, has been dry for weeks. What would you say to this parent/carer? Consider: • Reassuring the parent/carer • Sequence and rate of development • Focusing on what the child can do • Explaining steps to support this stage of development. 1. Understand the stages of child development from birth to 7 years (1.2) Extension Task
  26. 26. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 4
  27. 27. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1) Open discussion - Do you think there is anything that has happened in your life that has affected your ability to do well at school? Consider: • Ill health • Moving school • Friends • Bereavement • Poor teaching • Difficult home life.
  28. 28. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO2 Understand influences on children’s development. AC 2.1 Describe factors which may influence children’s development. AC 2.2 Describe how to support the development of children from birth to 7 years. Learning Outcomes
  29. 29. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • There are many factors that could affect a child’s ability to develop and thrive. • Some of these factors are biological – for example, health conditions present at birth, disabilities that are present at birth or hereditary conditions • Other factors may be environmental – for example, a child’s home circumstances, experiences, housing conditions, finances, opportunities or drug/alcohol dependency 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1) Factors which may influence children’s development
  30. 30. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Biological factors Environmental factors Cystic fibrosis Housing conditions Down syndrome Alcohol dependency Spina bifida Parental lifestyles Apert syndrome Poor nutrition Complete the match up activity to outline biological and environmental factors that may influence children's development 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1)
  31. 31. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Cultural factors that may effect development In some cultures girls are not encouraged to take part in physical play and activities, while boys are encouraged to be outside, girl are inside looking after the family Education can also be seen as better for boys, or as ‘girlish’ or maybe seen as not necessary. elitedaily.com/women/separate-unequal-countries-worst-gender- inequality-education/ Children whose culture is a minority can face discrimination and isolation Information
  32. 32. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • An example of a biological factor is if a child has a disability such as spina bifida – they may not follow the expected pattern of development. • Spina bifida is a problem with the development of the spine and spinal cord, and this occurs during pregnancy. • The severity of this condition will be a factor that may affect a child's physical development. • Some children with spina bifida will never walk, while others have little or no difficulties at all. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1) Factors which may influence children’s development
  33. 33. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Pairs activity Identify any other health conditions that may affect a child’s development, write your answers on your tables For each on consider: • Whether it is a long-term or short-term condition • How it may affect development • Whether it affects all areas of development, or just one or two areas. Take a photograph of your findings 2.1 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1)
  34. 34. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • An example of an environmental factor is poor housing conditions. • For example, if a child lives in a damp environment it may, in turn, impact on their health and development. • The child may be asthmatic and this would be triggered by the damp. • The child’s clothes may smell of damp, and this may affect their social and emotional development. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1) Factors which may influence children’s development
  35. 35. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Group activity You have a new 3-year-old child attending your setting. They live on the 7th floor of a block of flats, they have four siblings and their father is out of work. They are obviously well-loved and cared for, but how might this child’s home life impact on their development? Consider: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1)
  36. 36. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 5
  37. 37. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Describe how to support the development of children from birth to 7 years. Add to the paddlet page people you may support children in setting who may have learning disabilities/ difficulties. http://padlet.com/ajb3940/001
  38. 38. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO2 Understand influences on children’s development. AC 2.1 Describe factors which may influence children’s development. AC 2.2 Describe how to support the development of children from birth to 7 years. Learning Outcomes
  39. 39. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • Practitioners will understand the expected pattern of child development, and this will enable them to plan activities that are age and stage appropriate. • Practitioners will observe children, and this will identify if there are any concerns about a child’s development. • Practitioners will work with parents/carers to meet the developmental needs of the child. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.2) Supporting children’s development
  40. 40. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Early Intervention Where a child is experiencing particular or general learning difficulties, the Early Years setting or school should offer that child different opportunities or alternatives to learning. Information Can you think of any that could be offered?
  41. 41. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Global development delay Moderate LD – children are only able to work at a level significantly below age expectations Severe LD – children experience more serious difficulties in all aspects of the curriculum and will require adult support in school and with life skills. Profound and multiple LD- these needs are even more severe and complex. They also experience physical and sensory impairments and slight communication needs as well. Children will require individual support and personal care. Information
  42. 42. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A GygBBkSN7k Global development delay Supporting children’s development
  43. 43. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Reflection activity Reflect on your own ability to support a child’s development. As a group we will share our findings Consider: • If a child struggles to put on their coat, what do you do? • A child says ‘nana’ instead of ‘banana’, what would you say? • If two children are arguing over a car and one child hits the other, how do you react? • If there is a new puzzle on the table and a child is getting frustrated because they cannot do it, how would you help? • If a baby is trying to get a toy that is out of reach, what should you do? • Why is your role important in supporting children’s development? 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.2)
  44. 44. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Classroom discussion activity What would you do if you were concerned about an aspect of a child’s development? Consider: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development Who would you discuss this concern with? What would your role be in supporting this area of development? 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.2)
  45. 45. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • Everything a practitioner does with a child can support their development. • Sitting with a 6-month-old and playing peek-a-boo will develop their cognitive, language, social and emotional skills. • Encouraging a 3-year-old to serve themselves at dinner time will support their physical, cognitive, communication, social and emotional development. • Asking a 6-year-old to take the register to the office will support their communication, cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural development. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.2) Supporting children’s development
  46. 46. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Extension activity Create a poster to show parents/carers how interacting with their child at dinner time will support the child’s development. Consider: • Physical development • Language and communication development • Cognitive development • Social, emotional and behavioural development. 2. Understand influences on children’s development (2.1, 2.2) Individual Task
  47. 47. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO2 Understand influences on children’s development. AC 2.1 Describe factors which may influence children’s development. AC 2.2 Describe how to support the development of children from birth to 7 years. Learning Outcomes
  48. 48. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 6
  49. 49. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.1) Think about transitions during your life. How did you cope with any of these and who helped you most? Consider: • Moving up in school • Moving house • Bereavement • Changes in family life.
  50. 50. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO3 Understand the needs of children during transition. AC 3.1 Identify transitions a child may experience. AC 3.2 Explain how to prepare a child for a planned transition. AC 3.3 Explain how to support the needs of children during transition. Learning Outcomes
  51. 51. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • Children will experience a wide range of transitions or changes in their lifetime. • Some of these will be planned or expected transitions that most children will go through. • Some transitions will only be experienced by a few children. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.1) Transitions
  52. 52. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Pairs activity Create a chart to show the transitions children may go through. Use the headings identified below: • Transitions that most children experience • Transitions that only some children will experience Where appropriate, identify the expected age this transition may occur. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.1)
  53. 53. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Pairs activity Please follow your given instructions - 15mins Move around to an activity of your choice - Connect 4 - Train Set - Building Blocks - Multi Link How did you feel? Practical activity - Lets play with some resources Learning Check
  54. 54. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • A planned transition can be something as regular as moving from one area of the setting to another. • Some children struggle with being told to stop one thing to move on to another. • A practitioner needs to handle this sensitively and in a consistent manner, so that children know what to expect. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3) Transitions
  55. 55. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • Some settings will have a song or a chant that will help children to accept the idea that it is tidy up time or time to go home. • A child who attends a playgroup session may be so engrossed in their play that they will not leave the setting until the practitioner sings a familiar going home song: “The clock goes tick tock, the clock goes tick tock, the clock goes tick tock it’s time to say goodbye” • This may be all a young child needs to hear in order to make the transition between play and going home. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3) Transitions
  56. 56. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDeEWulMAxI Early Years Transition’s
  57. 57. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Group activity Discuss how settings help children to understand and accept transitions during a daily routine. Consider: • Saying goodbye to parents/carers • Moving from an activity to circle time or vice versa • The end of outdoor play • Tidy up time • Snack time • Home time. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3)
  58. 58. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • A child starting at a setting is an early transition most children will experience. • To make this a smooth transition, the setting will need to work closely with the parent/carer to help them settle in. • A child moving from an early years setting on to school is also a planned transition. • The setting and the school will work together to help the child with the transition. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3) Transitions
  59. 59. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited • There are some transitions that only a few children will experience. • This may include a child moving house and/or school. • A child’s family structure may change and there may be a new adult and children now living in their house. • It is important that parents/carers keep settings informed of any changes, so that the practitioners can support the child with the change. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3) Transitions
  60. 60. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 7
  61. 61. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Classroom discussion activity A parent/carer has just told you that a favourite grandparent has died. How might you need to support the child during this transition? Consider and make a plan on your tables: • The age and stage of the child • How the child reacts • The possible effect on behaviour • Time for the child to express their feelings • Information sharing with the parent/carer. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3) Starter Activity
  62. 62. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO3 Understand the needs of children during transition. AC 3.1 Identify transitions a child may experience. AC 3.2 Explain how to prepare a child for a planned transition. AC 3.3 Explain how to support the needs of children during transition. Learning Outcomes
  63. 63. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited What impact may transitions have on children? Impact of transitions
  64. 64. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Impact of transitions • Physical impact • Growth spurts • Losing or gaining weight • Behavioural impact • Anxiety • Withdrawal • Loss of self esteem • Self harming • Increased interest • Development of self identity • Lack of friends • Mood swings • Use of illegal substances • Rudeness • Loss of interest • Motivation • Reluctance to participate in activities • Difficulty to build relationships • Delayed emotional and social development • Lack of trust • Lack of motivation • School refusal Information
  65. 65. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Independent research activity Students to research their favored settings, to gain a copy of the settling-in procedure. Find out how the setting settles new children to make the transition from home as smooth as possible. Consider: • Open events • Home visits • Working in partnership with parents • A gradual settling-in period to meet individual needs • The role of the practitioner. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3)
  66. 66. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity How to prepare children for transition Please make note to feedback https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0EnKuLTHpQ Information
  67. 67. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Preparing for transition From the chart of transitions that you identified, create an activity plan to prepare a child for a chosen planned transition. Remember to a add information about – Activities that could support understanding – Who else may need to be involved in planning – Information that child will need to know and experience – Possible behaviour, feels and experiences of the child – How to support the needs of the child through the transition Individual task
  68. 68. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Extension activity Time: 15 mins You have been asked to create a rhyme that will encourage children to stop playing and move into tidy up time. Consider: • The age and stage of the children • Appropriate words • Any relevant actions • A resource that would support your rhyme. 3. Understand the needs of children during transition (3.2, 3.3)
  69. 69. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 8 and 9
  70. 70. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. AC 3.1 Identify stages and sequences of development. AC 3.2 Explain the Difference Between Sequence of Development and Rate of Development. AC 3.3 Outline appropriate activities covering all areas of development. Learning Outcomes
  71. 71. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Starter Activity – Crawling and walking research task – 15mins
  72. 72. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Lets share our findings as a group Recap – Learning check Please read through the given article as an individual and highlight and annotate the important information found.
  73. 73. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Kidz Inc You are going to have regular visits from the local nursery, you will need to plan for an exciting and engaging sessions. You will need to prepare stimulating activities that cover each area of SPICE, to create activity plans to support the children's development.
  74. 74. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Kidz Inc Please remember to be professional at all time, be aware of - Your verbal and body language - Ensure you have your uniform and land yarn on We are going to Kidz Inc for you to be able to identify areas from the EYFS development matters.
  75. 75. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Create an activity plan From your findings from your Kidz Inc trip, please now create an activity plan to support a child's next stage of development according to the EYFS
  76. 76. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 10
  77. 77. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. AC 3.1 Identify facial expressions children may experience. AC 3.2 Discuss how may ways practitioners communicate with children. AC 3.3 Explain the benefits of making physical activities fun for children's to support their development. Learning Outcomes
  78. 78. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Starter - Demonstrate Expressions Use the laminated blank faces, work with your partner to show the following emotions: - 1. Worried 2. Bored 3. Surprised 4. Sad 5. Aggressive 6. Happy 15mins
  79. 79. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Silent debate Discuss how many ways practitioners communicate with children?
  80. 80. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Commutation table Which section do you think is verbal and which section is nonverbal? Make notes on your findings
  81. 81. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Shake up cards Lets have a look at some created shake up cards and check out the website https://www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-up-zone Lets make some of our own to use in Teddy Tots
  82. 82. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 11
  83. 83. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited What is a theorist? Starter – 5mins Please discuss and share your ideas
  84. 84. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Outline what a theorist is Identify Ivan Pavlov theory Discuss B.F Skinners theory Explain classical conditioning as a theory Learning Outcomes
  85. 85. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Theorist – What are they? They are ideas and concepts that have been shared over the years giving reasons/evidence as to why people do the things they do Many theories have different views on the same aspect You will see these in practice when you begin placement.
  86. 86. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) Classical conditioning Researched through dogs that a bell would ring to show time to be fed and the dog would produce saliva and be ready to eat. The dog would make a link that a bell sound would mean food and begin salivating even if food was not there Behaviourist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KR3YYLoSfeI
  87. 87. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Time to make Please create a flow chart to show Ivan Pavlov theory of Classical conditioning
  88. 88. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity B.F. Skinner's (1904-1990) Carried out further research into Pavlov theory. Working with animals to observe behaviours – rewarded with food if they performed what he desired. Negative reinforcement was used if they demonstrated unwanted behaviour Behaviourist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtfQlkGwE2U
  89. 89. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Pinky and the Brain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTwnOmAvzeM
  90. 90. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Please make a line at the front of the classroom with your chairs and have your hats on your head Classical conditioning The sweet and chocolate quiz
  91. 91. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt4N9GSBoMI The Big Bang Theory
  92. 92. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited You will be delivering your presentation on Wednesday 21.09.15 Ensure you are prepared within your pair with hand outs for the whole group, make it fun and interactive as possible Presentations
  93. 93. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 12
  94. 94. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Outline Maslow's theory Explain self-actualisation Learning Outcomes
  95. 95. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Now we will pass our images around Starter – 15mins Please draw a quick outline of yourself and put your name in the middle
  96. 96. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity ‘Development of Self’ Maslow developed a theory about human motivation based on what he called a ‘hierachy of needs’. All of us, he said, have a variety of needs. Some of these relate to basic survival instincts: we all need food, warmth and shelter. Once these needs are satisfied, we will be motivated by the need for safety and strive for an environment in which we feel physically and emotionally safe and secure. At the next level, we seek experiences which make us feel loved, cared for and accepted by others: we need to feel that we belong to a group. Beyond this, we will seek to feel good about ourselves, to feel appreciated, to receive feedback that leads to a positive self-image. When these needs are met, we become motivated to realise our potential. This will mean using our talents to the full, being able to learn new things and challenging ourselves to ‘be the best we can’.
  97. 97. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Self- actualisation Self-esteem Higher Needs – to have competence, self-confidence and respect from others Social Higher Needs eg the need to have friends and be accepted as part of a group Safety Basic Needs eg secure and free from danger Physiological Basic Needs eg food, water, air, warmth Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  98. 98. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Ratatouille https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzQ9vrvTAtk
  99. 99. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Time to make Please create a pyramid to show Maslow's theory of a ‘hierachy of needs
  100. 100. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Time for me to praise you ClassDoJo https://teach.classdojo.com/#/launchpad Stickers
  101. 101. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 13
  102. 102. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter -Next Number What is the next number in the sequence? 1, 3, 4, 7, 11, 18,??
  103. 103. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Present given theorist presentations Learning Outcomes
  104. 104. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Theory Presentations Over to you!
  105. 105. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Getting used to the EYFS In your EYFS book. Find and write down a milestone for each various age and area of learning for questions 1-4. 1. Knowledge and understanding of the world (Technology) Aged 30-50 months. 2. Communication, Language and literacy (reading) Age Birth- 11months 3. Personal, social and emotional development (managing feeling and behaviour) Aged 22-36 months 4. Expressive arts and design (being imaginative) Aged 8-20 months 5. Welcomes and values praise for what they have done - What age range does this mile stone cover? 6. Enjoys finding own nose, eyes or tummy as part of naming games - What age range does this mile stone cover?
  106. 106. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Quiz 1. What are fine motor skills? 2. What are gross motor skills? 3. What is locomotor development? 4. What theorist studies hiearchy of needs? 5. What is hand eye coordination? 6. What theorist studied classical conditioning and what did his theory relate to? 7. What is foot eye coordination? 8. What does the acronym for SPICE stand for 9. What is 22-36 months converted into years?
  107. 107. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Assessment task support First hand in – 23.09.16 Second and final hand in – 07.10.16 Assignment Support • 1.1 Put together your chart, leaflet, spider diagram and list to create a booklet to cover at least 3 areas of expected pattern of development covering SPICE • 1.2 Paragraph to explain the difference in sequences of development and rates of development • 2.1 Describe biological and environmental factors (may use case study for session 2) • 2.2 Use competed reflections from session 2 of how to support a child’s development. • 3.1 List at least 3 different types of transition children could experience • 3.2 Use your created plan to prepare a child for a chosen planned transition • 3.3 Explain how at least 2 different transitions can be supported (use annotated setting policy and created rhythm)
  108. 108. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 14
  109. 109. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Three Children - Starter Edward’s mother has three children One is called April, another is called May What is the third child called?
  110. 110. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. 1. Outline knowledge of child development 2. List completed assignment tasks Learning Outcomes
  111. 111. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Getting used to the EYFS In your EYFS book. Find and write down a milestone for each various age and area of learning for questions 1-4. 1. Knowledge and understanding of the world (Technology) Aged 30-50 months. 2. Communication, Language and literacy (reading) Age Birth- 11months 3. Personal, social and emotional development (managing feeling and behaviour) Aged 22-36 months 4. Expressive arts and design (being imaginative) Aged 8-20 months 5. Welcomes and values praise for what they have done - What age range does this mile stone cover? 6. Enjoys finding own nose, eyes or tummy as part of naming games - What age range does this mile stone cover?
  112. 112. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Quiz 1. What are fine motor skills? 2. What are gross motor skills? 3. What is locomotor development? 4. What theorist studies hiearchy of needs? 5. What is hand eye coordination? 6. What theorist studied classical conditioning and what did his theory relate to? 7. What is foot eye coordination? 8. What does the acronym for SPICE stand for 9. What is 22-36 months converted into years?
  113. 113. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Assessment task support First hand in – 23.09.16 Second and final hand in – 07.10.16 Assignment Support • 1.1 Put together your chart, leaflet, spider diagram and list to create a booklet to cover at least 3 areas of expected pattern of development covering SPICE • 1.2 Paragraph to explain the difference in sequences of development and rates of development • 2.1 Describe biological and environmental factors (may use case study for session 2) • 2.2 Use competed reflections from session 2 of how to support a child’s development. • 3.1 List at least 3 different types of transition children could experience • 3.2 Use your created plan to prepare a child for a chosen planned transition • 3.3 Explain how at least 2 different transitions can be supported (use annotated setting policy and created rhythm)
  114. 114. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 15
  115. 115. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Starter - Mental Arithmetic Divide 30 by ½ then add 20 to the result. What number did you get?
  116. 116. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Outline knowledge of child development Discuss a child's developing brain Describe neuroscience and its importance Learning Outcomes
  117. 117. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Exploring Needs and Wants Using the Diamond 9 cards work in pairs and try to place the cards into a diamond formation, putting the things that are the most important need (things you cannot do without) closest to the top and the things that are less essential or something that is a want towards the bottom. - Please cut up your diamonds and order currently with your own needs and wants.
  118. 118. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity The developing brain The Developing Brain. 1. Discuss whether most brain growth occurs before or after birth? 2. What natural experience can children have that can support their brain development?
  119. 119. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Neuroscience Please space yourself around the room with space around you.
  120. 120. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 16 and 17
  121. 121. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Starter - Drip Drop How many drops of wine can be put into an empty wine glass?
  122. 122. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Outline types of black, white and red toys for new born babies Explain the benefits of black, white and red toys for new born babies Learning Outcomes
  123. 123. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Black, white and red toys At birth, your baby sees only in black and white and shades of grey. A new- born infant's eyes don't have the ability to accommodate (focus on near objects). Your baby can see colour, but she can't tell the difference between similar tones such as red and orange. Black, white and red toys. High-contrast toys in these colours help your baby pick out the differences in shapes and patterns, stimulating her visual development.
  124. 124. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Black, white and red activity centre Working in groups of three you are going to be making an activity centre for a baby, using only black, white and red resources. You have two sessions to make your resource. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNGvUlQUr5M
  125. 125. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited CACHE LEVEL 2 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE Unit 10 Supporting children’s development Session 18
  126. 126. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Starter
  127. 127. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited LO1 Children's development. Describe action to take to support a child's development to support their individual needs Identify an activity to support children's transition Evaluate the overall unit Learning Outcomes
  128. 128. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Development case study Please read through the different case studies around the room. Make note about your findings to share back how you would be able to support the child's development.
  129. 129. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Activity plan – transition Create an activity plan to prepare a child for a chosen planned transition, this can be used towards your assignment submission.
  130. 130. CACHE Level 2 Intro to Early Years Education© Hodder & Stoughton Limited Starter activity Recap the unit

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