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    Default I need some help it's etc.

    At writing Observations. ..
    I'm doing them on babies ..
    Can someone give me some tips on wording ...
    This is new to me so not know we're to start ..
    What difference type of obs can I do I'm finding it very hard to do with babies.

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    What type of obs? I don't understand the wording of your question?

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    Simple little things they are interested in is a good start. I know my DD is now a toddler but here's a good example of how to write about their interests. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1457729369.465410.jpg

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    Don't make it too complicated. Strip the observation right back to the very basics.
    Today child a was having tummy time in front of the mirror. Child a lifted her head and pushed herself up onto her knees. She looked into the mirror and saw her reflection staring back at her. She began to babble and giggle at her reflection.....
    Does this help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriista View Post
    Don't make it too complicated. Strip the observation right back to the very basics.
    Today child a was having tummy time in front of the mirror. Child a lifted her head and pushed herself up onto her knees. She looked into the mirror and saw her reflection staring back at her. She began to babble and giggle at her reflection.....
    Does this help?
    Yes ....that does help ...I'm sorry if my post was a little vague. ..

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    That's okay. I've just spent 3 years in the babies room and now I'm in the Toddler Room. If you ever need some help feel free to ask

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    Aww thankyou

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