Children Behavior and learning Activities

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Children Behavior and Learning Activities

ChildrenBehavior and learning Activities

ChildrenBehavior and learning Activities

1.According to Brian and Mukherji (2005), at four children are aware oftheir environment, they contribute to their environment by respondingappropriately to the environment they are in.

2.Children at age of six can use symbols and carry out operationsmentally as a result, they begin to develop self confidence, thusthey try to do a lot of things, and sometimes they may not succeed inthose things and this result to frustration.

3.Three to four year olds learn by interacting and exploring theirenvironment, especially through play.

4. A motor skill activity for three and four years old for languagelearning would be: Put candies in a jar of sand, ask the children torun in pairs as they compete and search for the candies from the sandin the jar.

5.Seven year olds motor skill activity for language learning, childrenwork in pairs to make necklaces using beads.

6.A cognitive activity for language learning for five to six year oldwould be: Unstructured play, whereby children play in a group, ateacher can guide the children in identifying a play setup, forexample a family, where children take roles of parents and children.

7.At age seven, children are able to reason out on real life things orissues. An activity would be to put children in group and ask them toplay a riddle game.

8. Piaget believes that children develop and learn differently at everystage, through his four stages of cognitive development, it’s clearthat at every age, learning is different, therefore lesson activitiesought to be chosen according to the age of the learner.( Brian andMukherji ,2005)

References.

Brain,C., &amp Mukherji, P. (2005). Understandingchild psychology.United Kingdom: Nelson thorns.