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Parents/Carers SEN Home Economics
Physical Needs of a Child Parents/carers should provide children with: a comfortable home; healthy food; a safe and clean environment; and early bedtimes. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software www.widgit.com)
Emotional Needs of a Child Parents/carers should offer: praise; encouragement; and protection. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software www.widgit.com)
Social Needs of a Child Parents/carers should provide children with: opportunities to play with others; quality time together; discipline; and attention. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software www.widgit.com)
Intellectual Needs of a Child Parents/carers should provide children with: plenty of stimulation; chat; toys and books; and entertainment. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software www.widgit.com)
Good Parents/Carers Also Provide Positive attitudes and values: confidence, patience, kindness, fairness and respect. Discipline: so children understand the difference between right and wrong, learn self-control and are socially acceptable to those around them. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software www.widgit.com)
Public or Private? SEN Knowing and Growing Eating in a café – public or private? Public Private Click here to move on to next question. Mayer Johnson.
I Need To Be Able to… SEN Knowing and Growing. I need to be able to... say no sometimes Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnston LLC (contact Widgit.
SEN Home Economics My Family Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software
My Journal of Loss Type name here… Nothing Ever Stays the Same.
Health And The Whole Person When we think about our health, we often think only about our bodies. However, we are not just physical beings. There are other.
Your Skills! SEN Your Skills. Can you phone a friend and organise to go out to the pictures? You could use this skill to – Phone a client to arrange a.
Talking About Stereotypes SEN Home Economics. There are many different ways of stereotyping people in society, including: Talking About Stereotyping -
Good Touch, Bad Touch SEN Knowing and Growing. Good touch Bad touch Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnston LLC (contact Widgit Software
Is My Face A Private Body Part? SEN Knowing and Growing.
A framework to help you manage change Managing Change Nothing Ever Stays the Same.
Erections SEN Knowing and Growing. Having erections Sometimes I have erections. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnston LLC (contact Widgit Software.
Stages Of Loss. Denial You refuse to believe. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software
Family Eating Patterns SEN Home Economics. Family Eating People now eat a more varied diet and are more inclined to try foods from different areas of.
Puberty Nothing Ever Stays the Same. Puberty is a time of great change and growth. Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software.
Escaping From Disaster What would you bring? Mayer Johnson PCS Symbols © Mayer Johnson LLC (contact Widgit Software
Duties of Parenthood. 1. Establish and maintain a secure family Unconditional love Loyalty Traditions (family celebrations)
PDHPE Fun Healthy Safe Active. PDHPE. Develops the knowledge skills and values needed for children to lead happy and active lifestyle.. Children develop.
TLCTLC Child Care. Six Points of DANGER Six Points of Danger Burns –What are some things around the house that can burn children? Sharp Objects –What.
BabysittingBabysitting Easiest kind of job for young people to find, and it provides a good experience.
Quality Child Care What to look for. Staff The staff is well trained and caring Good ratio of staff to children Serious about their job.
What parents can do – Early Years Sharing, planning and learning! Play, Talk, Read with your child – visit this website for more ideas –
Parenting skills do not always come naturally or easily. Parenting is a learning process that occurs each day. Parents have to work at it. Parents.
Emotional and social development From ages months Become self centered Self-centered- they think about their own needs and wants and not those.
Building Self Esteem in Children Myia Epps. Why is it important ? It is important because…….. 1. it helps children feel good about themselves 2. It builds.
Physical Intellectual Emotional Social Moral.
Building Self–Esteem By Tteur Chun 7 th period. Why Self – Esteem is important? Most parents want their children to become happy, confident people, but.
Good Parenting. Building Relations of Love & Trust Bonding starts at birth. Start talking to your child. Listen to children when they start talking. Respond,
Early Years Meeting September. Information contained in this powerpoint. The Foundation Stage Apple, Mango and Peach Numeracy Literacy Assessment.
Getting it Right for every Child (GIRFEC) Named Person Presentation for Parents.
Chapter 9: Caring for Children Mrs. Ventrca Skills for Living Mrs. Ventrca Skills for Living.
Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 1 Chapter Emotional.
Early Middle Childhood Self Esteem, Friendships and Social Skills: What You Need to Help Your Child CHEO Connects, November 28, 2011 Dr. Simone Kortstee,
Play Scan: The effects of our actions Lucy Thornton Director: Woz’obona.
Greet and Eat Introduction What is discipline? Effective Techniques Questions????? Handouts Agenda:
Helpers Academy Caring for Toddlers Session 2. Level 2 – Session 1 review Communication with children and adults How to stimulate language in a 1-5 year.
Key words in Health and Social Care. People’s rights Choice Confidentiality Protection Equality Consultation.
10 Early Childhood Program Standards. Relationships Promote positive relationships with all parents and children. Children’s learning is encouraged.
By: Chakera Parker Date: October 4, 2012 Skills and Responsibilities of Early Childhood Teachers.
Session What is my child doing at nursery?
GETTING IT RIGHT FOR EVERY CHILD ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
1 Oxford Reading Tree Sign posting the Oxford Reading Tree A guide for parents.
The Family A group of people related by blood, marriage or other connection such as adoption © PDST Home Economics.
Streetsbrook Childcare ‘Cosmic Club’ Before & After School Club.
NEWBORN, INFANT, TODDLER, AND PRESCHOOLER:0-5 YEARS OLD FACS Essentials.
Kirkhill Primary School Charter. You have the same rights as everyone else: whatever your race, religion or abilities, whatever you think or say, whatever.
Family and Community Involvement Meridian International Center PenMedia.
WestEd.org Infant & Toddler Group Care PITC Philosophy & Essential Policies and Ages of Infancy.
Module 1: Creating Positive Mealtime Attitudes Cooking Matters for Child Care Professionals NATIONALLY SPONSORED BY.
What is a charity? “A charity is an organisation which helps one group of people to support another, helps animals or protects the environment.”
Child Development. Physical Intellectual Emotional Social Moral.
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