Lesson two Explore the World This activity would require very similar set up as

Lesson two explore the world this activity would

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stimulation, creativity, reading and comprehension. Lesson two- Explore the World: This activity would require very similar set up as the last activity. I would need iPads that have age appropriate social media applications. There are several apps to choose from that allow for safe and secure social networking for young children. Skid-e Kids and Togetherville are two options I have found. There are also social game apps that allow for the children to meet and talk with other young children in a safe and controlled way. They would be able to learn that people can interact through technology, social networking can also help with writing skills and fine motor skills by typing and pushing the small buttons. Lesson three-What can Touch Do? : This last lesson will also include the iPad and requires the same set-up. There is an app on iPads called the Sensory Light Box. This light box would be a controlled activity in which the entire class would open the app together and would do the same actions. We would all together see what swiping, touching, and tilting would cause the app to do. After each touch or tilt we would discuss how everything reacted. This activity would also engage visual stimulation and eye tracking skills. Working together as a class would also engage communication skills and group effort. Part C Matthew and Daniel are playing in the sandbox. Matthew wants Daniel's shovel so he takes it. Daniel begin to cry, but Matthew wants Continue to play unaffected. Daniel come running to you, saying, "He took my shovel!"
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E01 Careers in Early Childhood Education 4 Now, I would ask Daniel using a clam voice and gentle touch " You look really upset." Daniel and I would proceed to walk to the sandbox, I would ask Matthew could I see the shovel please. Then I would begin to say "What's the problem?" And I would have replied by saying "So the problem is". I would ask for ideas and solutions " What can we do to solve this problem?" Encouraging children to think of a solution. "You solved the problem!" Lisa has been standing watching the others climbing the rock wall.
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