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Follow the characteristics of the child's age levels (social characteristics) | my baby

Follow the characteristics of the child's age levels (social characteristics) | my baby


Follow the characteristics

 of the child's age levels (social characteristics)


Social characteristics

Follow the characteristics of the child's age levels (social characteristics) | my baby

During the first period of life, cohorts do not play an important role in a child’s life, and there is very little play based on exchange and reactivity. From the age of three, the importance of playmates is increasing in the child's experience, but there are significant differences between children in terms of 

patterns of their interactions with playmates. The main characteristics of what a pre-school child makes from jealousy from children are largely a reflection of what he learned in his home, that is, the patterns of behavior that have been proven at home (whether they are feet, starting, intimidation, 

withdrawal, domination or submissiveness, friendly or aggressive spirit ), It acquires an upward zigzag in the responses of the child, and therefore the possibility of its use in other social situations increases, and the child becomes apparent during his contacts in new social situations such as the 

a nursery school that many of the responses that the parent used to reward are due to reward from others as well. While there are other responses that are proven by the parents, but they are not acceptable to their usual ones, it may even provoke punishment from the teachers or other children,

 and the tendency of such responses, i.e. diminishing, is replaced by the responses that the peer group proves. A study conducted by Bart MBBarten has built a steady increase in social orientation during the pre-school period, and the researcher in this study records her observations about 42 children in 

kindergartens between the ages of 2 and 5 years and she classify social participation in each sample and grades are estimated On the basis of the six aspects:

(1) Unoccupied behavior
(2) The spectator’s behavior is watched, but without him joining the game
(3) Parallel play, meaning that he plays alongside other children who use the same toys rather than 
playing with them
(4) Coherent gameplay (plays with others and shares play tools)

And it turned out that only a few of these children were noticing unplayed behavior. And that parallel play, which is: a kind of primitive form of social behavior, distinguished young children, not adults. And that older children were more frequently involved in incoherent or cooperative play. And 

that the degrees of complex social participation were highly correlated with the time age (t = 0.61) and this shows that the more the child gets older, the more time they spend on social interactions of the coherent or cooperative type, and less time without activity or found them or in just observation and aspiration.

As children become more socially oriented, they tend to be closely related to a few cohorts. One study built that pre-school children create more friendships with evident people than they do with members of the opposite sex. And that the similarity in age and social age and physical activity

 affects friendship between boys, and that girls who became friends were similar in social participation, age and social age, and physical activity, and that the similarity in height, flatness, personality attractiveness, intelligence, and frequent laughter, had no effect In the friendships of boys and girls.

Friends of children in this stage

Follow the characteristics of the child's age levels (social characteristics) | my baby

 Observing children at this stage indicates that most children have one or two friends, but these friendships may change quickly. Children of this age tend to be socially flexible. They are flexible and able to choose their same-sex friends even if there are friendships between children of both sexes.

The shape and manner of children playing at this stage

Follow the characteristics of the child's age levels (social characteristics) | my baby

Playgroups tend to be small, not highly organized, and therefore change rapidly.
Learning should not be concerned if children move from one activity to another, such behavior is 

only for this age group, even though this behavior may enrich you and annoy you sometimes, and you must stop to think about the amount of control and control you want to exercise with your pupils, and

 at any moment it is Insisting on persistence is an unnatural requirement that interferes with constructive behavior and may even lead to destructive behavior? The question is: At any point, the 

insistence on calm and the exercise of sitting activities is justified? And when should you insist that students continue their chosen activities for a certain period of time?

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