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Observation 1 Jotting 3-5 years

In the Observation column, write what you see and hear during your observation of the child, focus on the child’s physical development.

In the Interpretation column, write a review of your observations, including the child’s physical development.

Child’s Name:_______

Date of observation: ______

Observation

Interpretation

Things you might see

Running with direction

Climbing skills

hand-eye & hand-foot coordination

ball skills

dynamic and static balance

spatial awareness – moving into and out of confined spaces such as through a tunnel

laterality (preference for one side of body eg handedness, footedness

Use of equipment

Interactions with natural materials

Use of outdoor spaces

Follow up: (this is where you extend on your observation and plan your physical activity)

Observation 2 Jotting 3-5 years

In the Observation column, write what you see and hear during your observation of the child, focus on the child’s physical development.

In the Interpretation column, write a review of your observations, including the child’s physical development.

Child’s Name: _ __________________

Date of observation: __ _______________

Observation

Interpretation

Things you might see

Running with direction

Climbing skills

hand-eye & hand-foot coordination

ball skills

dynamic and static balance

spatial awareness – moving into and out of confined spaces such as through a tunnel

laterality (preference for one side of body eg handedness, footedness

Use of equipment

Interactions with natural materials

Use of outdoor spaces

Follow up: (this is where you extend on your observation and plan your physical activity)

Observation 3 Jotting 3-5 years

In the Observation column, write what you see and hear during your observation of the child, focus on the child’s physical development.

In the Interpretation column, write a review of your observations, including the child’s physical development.

Child’s Name: _ __________________

Date of observation: __ _______________

Observation

Interpretation

Things you might see

Running with direction

Climbing skills

hand-eye & hand-foot coordination

ball skills

dynamic and static balance

spatial awareness – moving into and out of confined spaces such as through a tunnel

laterality (preference for one side of body eg handedness, footedness

Use of equipment

Interactions with natural materials

Use of outdoor spaces

Follow up: (this is where you extend on your observation and plan your physical activity)

Name of Indoor activity:

Age group:

Date:

Rationale: Reason you have chosen to present this experience based on strengths, interests of the children (look back at your observations)

Description of the Activity: (what is the purpose of the activity?)

Organisation and resources to be used. (what you need to consider when setting up the learning environment – Appearance, materials, location, timing, number of children, supervision required, health and safety considerations)

Implement: Take photos of your experience set up before and during the activity

Evaluation of experience: (How did the children respond to the activity? What did the children say? Was it too hard/easy? Was it age appropriate?) pleasing)

Reflection of experience: (What should you consider for next time? What did you learn from this activity? Was your activity aesthetically

Workplace Supervisor’s Signature: Date

Workplace supervisor feedback:

Student’s Signature: Date:

Name of Outdoor activity:

Age group:

Date:

Rationale: Reason you have chosen to present this experience based on strengths, interests of the children (look back at your observations)

Description of the Activity: (what is the purpose of the activity?)

Organisation and resources to be used. (what you need to consider when setting up the learning environment – Appearance, materials, location, timing, number of children, supervision required, health and safety considerations)

Implement: Take photos of your experience set up before and during the activity

Evaluation of experience: (How did the children respond to the activity? What did the children say? Was it too hard/easy? Was it age appropriate?) pleasing)

Link to the EYLF:

Linking to EYLF Outcome: Tick one or more key outcome

o LO1: Children have a strong sense of identity

o LO2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world

o LO3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

¨ LO4: Children are confident and involved learners

o LO5: Children are effective communicators

Reflection of experience: (What should you consider for next time? What did you learn from this activity? Was your activity aesthetically

Workplace Supervisor’s Signature: Date

Workplace supervisor feedback:

Student’s Signature: Date:

Write a ½ page report (evaluation) on your activity over the week that you implemented with the children, how the children participated, how you encouraged participation of children, what skills were learnt.

Indoor activity:

Outdoor activity:

Write ½ Page Report on Spontaneous Physical Activities that occurred throughout