By Carolyn Meggitt
The fundamental textbook for the new CACHE point 2 Award, certificates and degree in baby Care and schooling. totally up to date to hide the hot age variety 0-16 years, CACHE point 2 baby Care and schooling is the basic middle textual content for all these learning at point 2, together with the hot NVQ, SVQ and BTEC skills in kid's Care, studying and improvement (CCLD). It presents accomplished assurance of all eleven devices: - six necessary devices - 5 non-compulsory devices Written by means of the bestselling writer Carolyn Meggitt, the booklet additionally: - covers all of the evaluation results of the six necessary devices and the 5 not obligatory devices - embraces the foundations of inclusion for everybody - offers the fundamental underpinning wisdom for coursework, tests perform - comprises projects, actions and case reports to advertise knowing of most sensible perform. excellent for the hot CACHE point 2 baby Care and schooling direction, and for all different point 2 baby care classes.
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3. An example of a mind map 26 important part of this activity is that you are concentrating on what you are doing. Writing assignments, observations and reports Much of your written course work is set in the form of assignments and projects – although some are assessed through multiplechoice question papers (MCQs) and short answer tests. Planning and prioritising tasks If you use a planner regularly (see page 23) it is easier to break up assignments, plans and observations into a series of smaller tasks, each of which you could aim to complete within a manageable time, such as an hour or two.
They can track the movements of people and objects. – They will scan the edges of objects. 41 2 CACHE Level 2 Award/Certificate/Diploma in Child Care and Education – They will imitate facial expressions (for example, they will put out their tongue if you do). If you know any newborn or very young babies, try it and see! – Psychologists think that babies may not see in colour during the early stages of development. 42 From 4 to 16 weeks They recognise (have a concept of) differing speech sounds.
From 3 to 4 years During this time children: • ask why, when and how questions as they become more and more fascinated with the reasons for things and how things work (cause and effect) • wonder what will happen ‘if’ (problem solving and hypothesis making) • can think back and they can think forward much more easily than before • can also think about things from somebody else’s point of view, but only fleetingly; past, present and future tenses are used more often • can be taught to say their name, address and age.