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					Reference: Boyd, R. A. (2006). Kidex for ones: Practicing competent child care for one-year-olds. NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.
Course objectives met: 8; Standards met: NCATE/ACEI: 4; NAEYC: 3b,c; INTASC: 8; Conceptual Framework: 2c.
For Professor Use Only:
Requirements                                         Excellent                                 Good                         Needs Improvement
                                                                                     (1-2 point deductions)         (More than 2 point deductions)
Part I: Toddler Profile           Profile is completed thoroughly and cites       Profile is completed but       Profile is not completed accurately.
(5 points)                        evidence of what was observed.                  does not cite much
                                                                                  evidence of what was
                                                                                  observed.
Part II: Toddler Observation      All aspects of the toddler observation          Checklist is completed but     Checklist is not completed accurately.
Checklist                         checklist are completed.                        is not thorough for all
(5 points)                                                                        sections.
For Part III complete either A, B, C, or D not all four milestones. Select one age group/children to observe and record.
Part III: Developmental           Checklist is completed thoroughly for the                                      Checklist is not completed accurately.
Milestones chart completed        age group observed.
(5 points)
                         Total Possible Points: 15
                                  Points Achieved:


                                       OBSERVATION #7 ASSESSMENT METHODS (EARLY CHILDHOOD)
Part I : Toddler Individual Profile Complete the following form about one toddler (one year old). YOU MAY HANDWRITE THE RESPONSES ON THE
FORM. You will have to ask the teacher to get this information.
                                                         KIDEX for Toddlers: One-Year Olds
                                                               Individual Monthly Profile

Month:                    Caregivers:

Child’s Name: (first name only)                                                         Group:

Age:          Birth Date:                             Allergies:

Parents’/Guardians’ Names: (first name only)                                                     Start Date:

Special Blanket/Toy:                                                        Pacifier Type:

Diapers:                    Nap time Diaper Only:                   *Potty Trained:

Independent:                                 Needs reminding:                           Potty training:

Special Diapering Instructions (special ointments, etc):

Personality Traits:               shy/reserved        outgoing/curious      sensitive/frightens easily
(Circle all that apply)           very verbal         active                           restless
                                  cuddly              demonstrative                    stranger anxiety
                                  cautious

Dietary Patterns: needs help                          uses spoon/fork independently

Food Dislikes:

Health Concerns:

Daily Medications: yes                                no                                (see med sheet for details)

Special Needs Instructions:

Stress/Coping Pattern:            fears                 storms       loudness                       strangers

           dark                     animals             separation anxiety                           others

Number of Naps: 1 or 2            Average Nap Length:              AM              to              PM              to

Special Nap Instructions:



Favorite Activities This Month:

Days Attending:       Sun.        Mon.       Tues.    Wed.         Thurs.   Fri.        Sat.   1/2 days        Full days

Approximate Arrival Time                  Approximate Departure Time

Those authorized to pick up: (first name only)
Reference: Boyd, R. A. (2006). Kidex for ones: Practicing competent child care for one-year-olds. NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.
Course objectives met: 8; Standards met: NCATE/ACEI: 4; NAEYC: 3b,c; INTASC: 8; Conceptual Framework: 2c.
Part II: Toddler (one-year old) Daily Observation Checklist
Complete the following chart for one child in the one year old room. Some of the information you will have to get from the teacher, others can be
observed. YOU MAY HANDWRITE THIS FORM AND SUBMIT IT TO THE PROFESSOR WITHOUT TYPING.

Child’s name: (first name only)                                                                  Date:
Arrival:                                           Departure:




                                                      Oz. Formula
                          Ate Partial                                                              Medications *          Treatments *



                                        Complete
                                        Ate                                      Time

                                                                                 Time
Breakfast
                                                                                 Time
Snack
                                                                                                    Diaper Changes
Lunch
                                                                                        Time        Wet   BM       Dry   Initials
Snack                                                                                   9:00 a
Mini Snack                                                                            11:00 a

Dinner                                                                                  1:45 p

Evening Snack                                                                           4:15 p

                                                                    Nap Times:
                                                                    Other:

Potty Training Progress
                                                                     Accident           Seemed confused                       Moods / Activity Level:
                                         Bowel                                                                                Circle all that apply
 Time        Wet       Dry                                           Clothing         upset/resisted/refused
                                        Movement                                                                              Busy • Curious •
                                                                     Change           re-evaluate readiness
                                                                                                                              Adventurous • Active •
                                                                                                                              Cheerful • Quiet • Content
                                                                                                                              • Cuddly • Drowsy •
                                                                                                                              Bubbly • Verbal • Defiant •
                                                                                                                              Focused • Frustrated
                                                                                                                              Easily




Today’s Play Center Choices:
                                                                                 Lead Caregiver:
Comments:
                                                                                 Shift Time:
                                                                                 Caregiver:
                                                                                 Shift Time:
                                                                                 Caregiver:
                                                                                 Shift Time:
                                                                                 Caregiver:
                                                                                 Shift Time:
                                                                                 Caregiver:
                                                                                 Shift Time:
Reference: Boyd, R. A. (2006). Kidex for ones: Practicing competent child care for one-year-olds. NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.
Course objectives met: 8; Standards met: NCATE/ACEI: 4; NAEYC: 3b,c; INTASC: 8; Conceptual Framework: 2c.
Part III A: Developmental Milestones
Select the age group and complete one of the forms (e.g., 13-15 mo., 16-18 mo., or 19-21 mo.).
Use Y= Yes, S= Sometimes, and N= Not Yet to indicate a result on each line. YOU MAY HANDWRITE RESULTS.




                   DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES
           T
         TODDLERS CAN:

          PULL UP TO A STANDING POSITION
          MOVE FROM PLACE TO PLACE, HOLDING ON FOR BALANCE
                                                                                                Important Note:
          EXPLORE, VERY CURIOUS                                                                 children will develop at
          PUT OBJECTS INTO A CONTAINER                                                          similar rates but each
                                                                                                in a unique pattern. If
          IMITATE ACTIVITIES DEMONSTRATED                                                       you find a child is not
          USE, 1 or 2 RECOGNIZABLE WORDS                                                        exhibiting the majority
                                                                                                of characteristics
          BEGIN TO DRINK FROM A CUP                                                             listed,there could be
          BEGIN TO RECOGNIZE AND IDENTIFY OWN BODY PARTS                                        many plausible
                                                                                                reasons ranging from
          USE SOME GESTURES SUCH AS WAVING                                                      premature birth to a
          USE WORDS LIKE MA-MA OR DA-DA INTENTIONALLY                                           more reserved and
                                                                                                cautious personality.
          BEND OVER AND PICK UP AN OBJECT                                                       This list is a broad
          BEGIN TO ATTEMPT WALKING                                                              overview and not
                                                                                                inclusive of all
          WALK UP STEPS WITH HELP                                                               developmental
          USES 3 to 6 WORDS                                                                     milestones toddlers
                                                                                                will experience.
          BUILD A TOWER OF 2 CUBES
          IMITATE DUMPING OBJECTS
          UNDERSTAND A FEW WORDS
          WALK UNAIDED
          FIT ROUND BLOCK IN A ROUND HOLE
          DRINK FROM A CUP UNASSISTED
          POINT TO A DESIRED OBJECT
          PUSH, PULL, OR CARRY TOYS WHILE WALKING
          ENJOY LOOKING AT BOOKS
          SCRIBBLE WITH CRAYON
          USE A SPOON INTERMITTENTLY



TODDLER                                 CAREGIVER                                                 DATE


               Y = YES                                S = SOMETIMES                                   N = NOT YET
Reference: Boyd, R. A. (2006). Kidex for ones: Practicing competent child care for one-year-olds. NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.
Course objectives met: 8; Standards met: NCATE/ACEI: 4; NAEYC: 3b,c; INTASC: 8; Conceptual Framework: 2c.
Part III B: Developmental Milestones
Select the age group and complete one of the forms (e.g., 13-15 mo., 16-18 mo., or 19-21 mo.).
Use Y= Yes, S= Sometimes, and N= Not Yet to indicate a result on each line.




                            DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES
         TODDLERS CAN:
          IMITATE ACTIVITIES AND BEHAVIORS
          ROLL A BALL

                  ES
          IMITATE FEEDING A DOLL OR SOFT TOY
          TURNS 2 or 3 PAGES AT A TIME
          HAND A TOY TO SOMEONE
          FIND A BALL THAT ROLLS OUT OF SIGHT

                      DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONESof T
          PLAY A SIMPLE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT (SPOON & PAN)
          USE SOME WORDS CORRECTLY, SUCH AS MA-MA, OH-OH, BYE-BYE
          LATCH ONTO AT LEAST ONE COMFORT HABIT OR OBJECT
                                                                                                  Important Note:
          BUILDS 2–4 CUBE TOWER                                                                   children will develop at
          ATTEMPT TO KICK A BALL                                                                  similar rates but each
                                                                                                  in a unique pattern. If
          BEGIN TO COMBINE WORDS                                                                  you find a child is not
          REMOVE AN ARTICLE OF CLOTHING                                                           exhibiting the majority
                                                                                                  of characteristics
          UNDERSTAND MANY WORDS AND SIMPLE DIRECTIONS                                             listed, there could be
          BEGIN TO THROW A BALL OVERHEAD                                                          many plausible
                                                                                                  reasons ranging from
          TRY TO SING SONGS                                                                       premature birth to a
          POINT AT AND NAME FAMILIAR THINGS                                                       more reserved and
                                                                                                  cautious personality.
          MATCH SAME TOYS                                                                         This list is a broad
          USE SPOON AND FORK BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY                                                  overview and not
                                                                                                  inclusive of all
          BEGIN TO ASSIST WITH TOY CLEANUP                                                        developmental
          PUT UP TO SIX LARGE PEGS INTO A PEGBOARD                                                milestones toddlers
                                                                                                  will experience.
          ATTEMPT TO JUMP WITH BOTH FEET
          FEEL FRUSTRATED EASILY WHEN OVERWHELMED

  TODDLER                                 CAREGIVER                                                 DATE

                  Y = YES                                S = SOMETIMES                                   N = NOT YET
Reference: Boyd, R. A. (2006). Kidex for ones: Practicing competent child care for one-year-olds. NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.
Course objectives met: 8; Standards met: NCATE/ACEI: 4; NAEYC: 3b,c; INTASC: 8; Conceptual Framework: 2c.
Part III C: Developmental Milestones
Select the age group and complete one of the forms (e.g., 13-15 mo., 16-18 mo., or 19-21 mo.).
Use Y= Yes, S= Sometimes, and N= Not Yet to indicate a result on each line.




                DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES
                T
         TODDLERS CAN:

          ZIP AND UNZIP EASY ZIPPERS WITH ASSISTANCE
          SHOW MANY EMOTIONS
          EXPERIENCE STRANGER ANXIETY OR SHY BEHAVIOR IN NEW CIRCUMSTANCES
          ATTEMPT TO CLAP HANDS TO RHYTHMS
          CHATTER MANY WORDS OFTEN MISPRONOUNCED
                                                                                                Important Note:
          USE A COUPLE DOZEN WORDS REGULARLY                                                    children will develop at
                                                                                                similar rates but each
          OFTEN USE NONVERBAL LANGUAGE TO COMMUNICATE
                                                                                                in a unique pattern. If
          UNDERSTAND SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS                                                        you find a child is not
                                                                                                exhibiting the majority
          COPY HOUSEWORK
                                                                                                of characteristics
          WASH AND DRY HANDS WITH HELP                                                          listed, there could be
                                                                                                many plausible
          USE 50-PLUS SINGLE WORDS
                                                                                                reasons ranging from
          BUILD A TOWER OF 4–6 CUBES                                                            premature birth to a
                                                                                                more reserved and
          ENJOY SONGS, NURSERY RHYMES, & FINGER PLAYS
                                                                                                cautious personality.
          BEGIN TO COMBINE WORDS                                                                This list is a broad
                                                                                                overview and not
          SPILL DRINK FREQUENTLY
                                                                                                inclusive of all
          ENJOY PLAY DOUGH, PAINT, PAPER, AND CRAYONS                                           developmental
                                                                                                milestones toddlers
          RIDE SMALL RIDING TOYS WITHOUT PEDALS
                                                                                                will experience.
          TURN FAMILIAR PICTURES RIGHT SIDE UP
          USE HER OR HIS OWN NAME
          BEGIN TO PUT ON ONE ARTICLE OF CLOTHING
          KICK A BALL FORWARD
          COMBINE WORDS




         TODDLER                                 CAREGIVER                                                  DATE


                         Y = YES                                S = SOMETIMES                                    N = NOT YET

				
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