Monthly Archives: December 2020

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Physical Health and Motor Development Domain

Early Learning Success Curriculum Manual, pages 58-60 From the time a baby is born until they reach early adulthood, they are continuing to physically grow and develop. The Physical and Motor developmental domain provides information and guidance in helping children develop the physical muscle strength and coordination needed to accomplish the many tasks required of [...]

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Creativity and the Arts Domain

Early Learning Success Manual, pages 52-54 Creativity and the Arts domain is about experiencing creative activities and art materials. Young children use sensory activities to experience the materials in their world. As children get older, they begin to gain understanding through participating in the process, eventually moving from ‘process’ to ‘project’ orientated activities. Children bring [...]

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Cognitive Development in Young Children

Early Learning Success Manual, pages 55-57 The Cognitive Development domain focuses on a child’s curiosity about the world around them, and how they make sense of it.  From infants and toddlers learning about the world through their senses, to preschoolers just beginning to use information in complex ways, to school-agers who are acquiring a large [...]

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Social & Emotional Domain

Early Learning Success Manual, pages 39-41 The Social and Emotional Development domain examines how children understand their feelings and the feelings of others, how they feel about themselves, how they develop relationships and interact with others, and how they learn the skills necessary to negotiate the world around them. Positive social and emotional development is [...]

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