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ECEC: September 19

Author:marjo @ September 19th, 2007 Leave a Comment

ECEC
at 9:20-10:40 am
Classes 1, 2A (age from 15 to 24 months)

The children had a free play inside about until 9:30 and then free play outside. Some observations about children’s behavior are in the following:

- Children liked to read books alone and with adults both inside and outside. It was typical that they pointed interesting or familiar pictures, often looked at adult and tried to say a word or just listened on an adult’s answer. When asked, they also pointed a picture (right or wrong). In the books that children read at ECEC may be same pictures than we will use with Asobo, for example apple or car. So, during the study they may learn words also from books.

- The children had free playing outside with toys (books, cars, horse, slide, sandbox, bricks). The children played with toys mostly by themselves, not with other children. Even though the children played alone, they often followed what the other children are doing. Toys were used usually for a while and then changed to another ones. Handling of toys was relatively rough, that is maybe typical to children at that age.

- A music session collected the children to sing and play familiar children’s songs next to the sand box. The teachers singed and played songs that seemed to be singed also before with the children. The children seemed to enjoy music and followed playing as a group (some of the children liked to do also something else, such as playing with a car or slide). Some of the children played songs by clapping their hands (as the teachers did) and tried to sing familiar songs, too.

- The children who take contact to me inside continued “friendship” also outside. They took contact by giving a book, shoes, a scarf or a toy, saying something or by looking at me. When a child was playing with me or a toy, another children might get interest in the same thing. It was rare, but however occasionally happened, that the children took toys from others hand.

- The children didn’t cry much. The only cases when they cried were when a child fall or someone took a toy.

- Next visit: 2B on Friday 21, 2007.