Janice comes and picks a book, turns the pages one at a time making vowel sounds pretending to be reading.Chloe picks the crayons with all her fingers wrapped around it moving up and down, when Janice sees what Chloe is doing she comes and grabs the crayon from Chloe holding the crayon firmly drawing straight lines.
Chloe was cool and collected and she didn’t like when Janice was taking all the toys, she would react by shouting and crying throwing the toys all over the place.
From this study I realized children are very independent and you can not dictate what type of activity they should play or indulge in, for instance when Chloe was given a ball to play with she threw it down and started playing with crayons.
Individual differences have bigger impact on development than gender differences (Rathus 251).
I felt like the children preferred colored toys more than plain toys, Janice seemed very naughty and was not willing to share her toys with Chloe.
Finally write "Observer's name" and your name with "Setting" and a brief description of the physical location where you are making the observations.
If you plan on or are required to do repeated observations, creating an example of a narrative report in preschool on the computer can streamline the process with a printed option.A narrative observation, also known as an anecdotal record, is a form of direct observation used by teachers and parents.The assessment method involves watching a child's activities and recording everything the educator observes.You are free to use it for research and reference purposes in order to write your own paper; however, you must cite it accordingly. Early childhood assessment tools are valuable in determining the developmental level that a child has attained.Draw a line between the two words all the way to the bottom of the page for your future observations.Before bringing the preschool child into the process of a narrative observation, you need to determine the length of time needed and what processes you are observing.While a narrative observation can take place in one setting, educators may also find it helpful to reassess over several days.In the preschool age range, shorter narrative observations may be necessary because the attention span of a preschooler is less than that of an older child.Motor skill development is an important milestone in a child, and a very vital aspect of a toddler’s development (Bracken and Nagle 401).Two toddlers were observed 18 and 24 months old for 1Hour.