Child Care

3.1_1.1 & 1.2.   Explain the innate drive for children to play and how play is necessary for the development of children

Play in very important for childrens development as it helps children to be able to explore the world. Play helps children to develop their skills and supports different areas of their development.   It will help children to learn the different between this such as soft and hard objects and it helps them to develop their muscles. Play helps children to explore their interest, they get to explore different textures, feelings and begin to understand the world around them.

3.1_2.1.   Identify the rights of children in relation to play as detailed in the ‘UN Convention on the Rights of the child
3.1_2.2.   How does your settings meet the right for children to play
3.1_3.1.   Explain the characteristics of:
              • child-initiated play
              • adult-led play
3.1_3.2.   How children’s play needs and preferences change in relation to their stage of development
3.1_4.1 & 4.3.   Describe benefits of & Evaluate the resources for (remember pros & Cons) for
Physical play
Creative play
Sensory play
Heuristic play
You may wish to create a table to help you

3.1_5.1.   Summarise inclusive play practice in relation to the EYFS
4.1_5.2.   Analyse how play supports the interests and abilities of children

3.13_2.1.   Analyse how personal experiences, values and beliefs impact on the professional practice of the early years practitioner
3.13_4.2. Describe the reasons for early intervention when meeting children’s additional needs
3.13_6.1.   Critically evaluate your settings provision for children with additional needs

3.4_1.1 & 1.2   Identify types of environment & say how these environments support play
3.4_1.3.   Explain how to work collaboratively with others to provide enabling play environments
3.4_2.1.   Describe your own role in supporting children’s socialisation within play
3.4_2.2.   Analyse strategies to support...