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I will ask Harris to point to different objects and see whether he remembers any characters or pictures.
I will see what type of grasp Harris uses. As I have received some prior knowledge that Harris does not really enjoy drawing or writing I will conduct a painting activity, because the different coloured paints may excite Harris and he may then want to take it further and start writing in different colours.
If Harris feels happy enough to do some writing I will then observe him. As the other 2 activities this activity will also involve looking at different concepts such as colour, shape and size. I know that Harris has his own Lego set which I will use for my visit, however I will inspect that it is safe to play with for example make sure there are no sharp edges or points.
I will also check for safety marks and any safety precautions. I know that Harris is not very fond of reading this may because his collections of books are too informative and not have many pictures. As Harris is only two years old, I will find a colourful and very visual book rather than a book with lots of words.
If possible I will also see if there are any books with pop ups, this is because it will hopefully intrigue Harris into further reading and will add to the fun element of the visit. To conduct my painting activity I will need a range of items such as paints, paint brushes, paper, and multicoloured wax crayons instead of pencil crayons.
I will be using wax crayons instead of pencil crayons as pencil crayons are pointy and are quite sharp so there is a hazard that Harris can injure himself. As I will be visiting Harris after quite some time, I expect him to be shy and not really open up.
Once Harris becomes comfortable around me I expect him to smile and talk to me. I will make sure I write down what Harris says so that at the end of the project I can see how his language skills have progressed or regressed.
My second activity involves reading. For my last activity which is a painting activity I expect Harris to enjoy himself because he will be able to express himself and enjoy the different colours.
I think Harris will attempt to hold the pencil in a primitive grasp but may struggle as he is not used to holding it. Observation The visit took place at my house where I conducted all 3 activities the first activity Harris did was the Lego activity.
It also shows that he is aware of his identity and knows his name. Harris used his fine motor skills to pick each individual brick and stacked them on top of each other. Harris showed that he acknowledges what is said and therefore did as he was told.
As time went on Harris got bored so I decided to join in and play with him, Harris was more than happy to let me play with him. This shows that Harris is not egocentric and is at the cooperate stage of play. Harris managed to sit down for 10 minutes and search for items I asked him to find when the book had finished Harris asked me whether we could read it again.
The last activity I had planned was the painting activity I expected Harris to show happy emotions because I thought the colours would excite which is exactly what happened. After 5 minutes Harris got bored and wanted to read the book.
Harris was excited and found the task fun he immediately started looking in his bookshelf for the book, Harris used his gross motor skills to run and look for the books also he used his fine motor skills when turning the pages to make sure he was holding the correct book.
When Harris could not find the book he became sad and angry this shows that Harris has developed emotionally and understands that the book is no longer near him. It also shows me that it may take Harris will need to look at the book a lot and remember what it looks like.
Evaluation When I had carried out all the visits with Harris I was surprised that he was able to do things that I thought he may find difficult for example I thought Harris may not be able to sit down for a long period of time but surprisingly he enjoyed that activity the most. Before I conducted my visit I gathered some expectations from the child development second edition book.This formal evaluation is a more in-depth look at a child’s development, usually done by a trained specialist, such as a developmental pediatrician, child psychologist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, or other specialist.
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