For this assignment I choose to do an observation in Arlitt Child care center over a boy that was between 3 and 5. I choose this particular setting because I don’t know anyone on a personal level that has a child within this age range. To describe this child, his race appeared to be of African descent. I am unsure of any of the rest of his background given the circumstance of his observation.
The child seemed an average weight and build for his age. He had a decent amount of hair on head that had developed since birth. His height no doubt has de...
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...d doing any palmer grasping which is a good sign. Just like the gross motor skills I think this child excels in fine motor skills and I would present no recommendations other than making sure he is practicing these vital fine motor skills daily.
I had never overthought a child’s movements as much as I had for this assignment. With that in mind I am extremely glad that I was given the opportunity to overthink these kids movements. Thinking about all these milestones that this child has crossed at such a young age is impeccable. I feel like I definitely am developing a better grasp on child development and our understanding of that development. Physical development is so easy to identify when a person is with a child for an extended period of time but examining their motor developments that can be sudden for those not close to a child makes a difference.
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