Reply To: Trainer Monitored Discussion – Observing and documenting a child’s development

  • April

    April 8, 2023 at 10:53 pm

    Observing and documenting the child’s growth is important, because the caregiver can plan ahead to help the child achieve the child’s checklist depending on the age of the child. For example, a child at 5 months should be able to look at the caregiver and responding to the caregiver. If the child did not shown eye contact to the caregiver because there is too much noise in the house then, the caregiver would need to plan and see another way to get the child to make eye contact. In this case the caregiver can try walking into a quiet room and try again to see if the child is now able to focus and give eye contact to the caregiver.