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What I concluded as well as learned in my observation, Tate’s development skills
are a little bit more developed than the rest of the students in his class. His social and
emotional skills that I that I observed displayed politeness towards his fellow classmate.
That incidents tells me that his parents or caregivers teach him the importance to be nice
to his friends and classmates. He most likely absorbed those skills from his parents or
caregivers. Tate seems to be gentle and caring as well as outgoing and social. He seems
to be an overall happy child and adapts well to people and situations. He also
displayed good use of cognitive and language skills by singing the song his teacher
probably taught him in a previous class session. This tells me that his brain is good at
absorbing what he is being taught and that the teacher’s strategies to help him remember
the letters of the alphabet are successful. He appeared to enjoy singing so that helped him
remember the way of the alphabet for his cognitive and language competence. His use of
the tricycle and the speed he could escalate to tells me that his active level is appropriate
for his age of physical development, about a 4 based on Thomas and Chess’ Nine
Dimensions of Temperament. The outdoor play time and how he mostly ran to each area
of play showed that he is not low on energy and has fine use of his legs and arms. His
legs seem to be the strongest of his physical development because of him riding his
tricycle for a while as well. The design of the outdoor play area gives Tate opportunities
to explore his strength using the tricycle. The track was large enough so that he was able
to go around widely and comfortably Tate seems to be growing and developing
appropriately and shows no sign of delayed developmental abilities in his growth and