E01.V.6.1 Careers in Early Childhood Education1E01.V.6.1 Careers in Early ChildhoodEducation: Assignment 4Israeio HollowayAC160271807/28/2017
E01.V.6.1 Careers in Early ChildhoodEducation: Assignment 42Scenario 1:Part A: The activity that I have developed using the Froebel’s parquetry gift is to create a picturewith the shapes. The children should be able to create a picture they would like to make (example: a house, a car, a toy or act).The skills that the children will be using are fine motor skills. They will have to use their fingers to pick up the shapes and place them where they would like them to go. The children will also use their own individual imagination to create their picture. They will use free self-expression of how they think that their picture looks. They will socialize with their friends and tell them what they are going to make and what shapes they will use.Part B:The activity that I have developed using the Montessori Method is using the wooden shapes and pattern cards. The children will be able to use the wooden shapes to make the pattern on the card that is given to them. The skills that the children will be using are fine motor skills. They will have to use their fingers to pick up the wooden shapes and place them on the pattern card will they go. They will socializewith their friends and tell them what shape is on their card.The difference between the two activities is one activity, the Froebel’s parquetry gift; the childrenwere able to use their own imagination to create a picture of their choice. The Montessori Method, the activity told the children what picture to make. It did not allow the children to use their creativity imagination.
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