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How did you respond to the child? E.g. Initiate and model language, encourage attempts; modify yourinteractions to child’s needs; support social and emotional wellbeing.Demo for childrenEncouraged childrenGuided childrenSupport social and emotional well beingFocus Child3
How did the experience support the child’s skill development (including language, social, emotional,cognitive) and how did it enable you to foster your relationship with the child?
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CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers. Workplace TasksHelps children to learn about nutrition (preparing a healthy snack).Develops fine motor control (chopping vegetables, squeezing lemons, stirring batter).Enhances hand / eye co-ordination (cracking an egg).Children begin to understand direction (stirring clock wise and anti-clock wise).Gain an understanding of maths concepts (such as measuring and sequencing). Cooking activitiesare wonderful opportunities for children to have practical firsthand experience of exploring theworld of food. Not only do the children learn how food is prepared but they are also able toextend on their vocabulary. It's important to encourage each child's language developmentthrough cooking by: talking to a child about how food smells tastes, looks and feels, explaininghow heat changes food, the names of various foods, how many cups or teaspoons of aningredient you are using. Cooking appeals to children's senses and provides a wealth of learningopportunities.Supervisor Comment:31Early Childhood Education and Care.© ICCC Resources v8
CHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlers. Workplace Tasks005 Nappy ChangeCHCECE005 Provide care for babies and toddlersElement 2 Provide positive nappy-changing and toileting experiencesElement 5 Develop relationships with babies and toddlersPerformance EvidenceKnowledge EvidenceActivity 1To complete this task refer to Chapter 4 of your textbook‘The Big Picture’and refer to your readings:Nappy Change Policy.Staying Healthy: Preventing infectious diseases in early childhood education and care services.This task requires you to perform a nappy change procedure under the supervision of your workplacesupervisor. You should ensure you are familiar with the requirements as outlined in your service (or Blue BayModel) policy as well as Staying Health guidelines.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Akhtar Kalam
Tags
Childhood Education and Care

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