Bright Starz Case Study

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Introduction The Bright Starz , preschool child development center is a nonprofit organization that established in October 05,2015, in the city of Aurora, Colorado to provide potty training for children boys and girls, from three years of age to the age of five. Cultural factors play a role in part in what age is appropriate to offer potty training for children, with. Some tribes in Africa start potty training at age 1-2 years and since our centre is serving the immigrant children, we need to pay attention to cultural issues. We are excited that our center is the first one in its kind that is opened to serve the rapidly growing immigrant children 's of the city of Aurora. Children 's of immigrants coming from different parts of Africa have…show more content…
Infancy (birth to 2 years) Preoperational, Preschool and early-elementary school years ( 2 to 6 years) Concrete operational, middle and late-elementary school years (7 to 11 years) Formal operational, Adolescence and adulthood (11 years and up).Bright Starz, offer training for children who are at Preoperational, preschool children. During this stage, children start thinking about things symbolically. Their ability to use language becomes more developed and mature. They also begin developing memory and imagination, which will give them the power to distinguish between things, occurred in recent past and about the future. Cooperative play during games such as make believe is important for cognitive development It helps the child to better understand others and aids in the development of language, memory, and reasoning (Cavanaugh & Kail 2014).Even if children gains many skills at this stage, their thinking maturity is still depends on intuition and very far from being logical. They cannot yet fully grasp complex…show more content…
These activities are, practicing alphabet, by helping them to identify letters, singing along to the alphabet songs, Reading books about the alphabet and playing with alphabet puzzles. Cut out individual squares that feature each letter of the alphabet written in bright colors, mix them up and tape them on various surfaces in the house. Practice counting, identify opportunities throughout the day. Help them to practice, shapes and colors, identify shapes and colors, ask them to describe objects. Offer them choices. Take them to visit, interesting places, play with everyday Items, offer a variety of games. Take them to trips to local children museums, library, or farmer 's market to stimulate their curiosity. Encourage them to ask questions, to learn thinking for them. Childs mental models, or cognitive structures, are based on the child 's activities; engagement makes meaning. Free, unstructured play is healthy and, in fact, essential for helping children reach important social, emotional, and cognitive developmental milestones.(James .& Matthew

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