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Flexible Children: 40% regular rhythms positive mood rarely fussy or demanding need special attention so don’t get lost in group caregiver must check in with needs set aside time for special attention Fearful Children: 15% need extra time to warm up often become very attached to caregivers introduce novelties slowly slow to adapt withdraws or seeks familiarity steps of introduction: being with, taking to, stepping back, being available,  moving on
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Unformatted text preview: dont push Feisty Children: 10% active intense distractible irregular moody sensitive use redirection: empathy then redirect attention be flexible and adapt to childs needs create mellow environments, not overly stimulating allow time for transitions; do not rush and actively prepare for change may seem pushy & loud make the most of quiet moments create opportunities for constructive, vigorous activity...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course CHAD 60 at San Jose State University .

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