Ill see you t afternoon Milo begins to cry and clings to his fathers leg Jon

Ill see you t afternoon milo begins to cry and clings

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“Have a good day. I’ll see you this afternoon.” Milo begins to cry and clings to his father’s leg. Jon gets annoyed. “Milo, don’t be silly. Go and play with your friends.” Milo cries louder and clings on. Jon extracts Milo from his leg and holds Milo away from him saying, “Milo, big boys don’t cry. Stop being so silly. You know daddy has to go to work and I am already late!” Jon looks around for an educator, “Here’s Jenny, she’ll look after you.” Jon makes a rapid exit with Milo continuing to cry. When Jon returns in the evening to collect Milo he comments to the educator, “Milo was a real sook this morning, weren’t you Milo.’”
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CHCECE003 Provide care for children. Theory Tasks 31 Student Assessment Booklet: V1.3| April18 What would you say and do to help Milo manage his emotions? Question 7 To complete this task refer to your reading: Dealing With Separation Teaches Valuable Lessons. Scenario: Carna Carna (3 years) has been attending the service for 3 weeks. She still cries every morning when it is time for her father to leave. What three strategies could you suggest to Carna’s father to help minimize the distress of separation?
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CHCECE003 Provide care for children. Theory Tasks 32 Student Assessment Booklet: V1.3| April18
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