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CD 1: School Observation One Physical Development: Gross Motor Skills 1. What was the date and time of your visit? February 9, 2007. 11-12 2. How old are the children you observed? (Use your knowledge of gross motor skill development to guess if you’re not positive.) Preschoolers and kindergarteners: ages 4-6 3. What did you observe? Provide a summary of the physical activities you observed the children participating in. Most ran, skipped, jumped and climbed on/around the playground. Several dug in the sandbox and brought buckets of sand to the swing set where they dug around under the bridge. At first a couple struggled to get on the swings, and tried to help push each other up or simply swung on their stomachs, until the teacher came over. Several boys played with balls, picking them up, throwing them, dropping them and/or kicking them; the ball was too big for one boy to handle. One boy pretended to be a dinosaur, several other children argued over who got to “drive” a car with a huge steering wheel, one boy rolled a log around and others played tag.
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