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The case study topic was social and emotional interactions. The child I observed was named Lacey. She started out on her first day of preschool very energetic. She seemed to enjoy the toys and did not appear to be frightened of her new surroundings. As i noted in my observation “she really didnt need any help to gain self confidence.”(observation question 5) She parted from her mother very easily barely acknowledging she was leaving due to her involvement with all the new toys. She was very outgoing and talked to many teachers and even some other children. She seemed to really adapt to the room very well. She primarily plays with Keely and Grace. “Keely is the one she wants to sit/play with often.” She loves to play dress up and dance in the longer dresses. She also likes to play with the dolls. When Keely and Grace come in the room she occasionally even brings them a doll to the door to get a start on playing with the dolls as soon as possible. She often initiates the play with the other girls. One thing she really enjoyed was building a long line of building blocks and walking along them like a tightrope. She did this many times and other Kids joined in as well. She seems to be very aware of the other children and how they feel. An example of this is when one of the girls was sitting by herself she went over and sat down and asked her to play. She often plays domestic games such as house, baby dolls, or the doll house. These are her go to games but she does also participate in things like blocks, or trains.
I believe that Lacey is a very typical 4 year old girl. She appears to have a good home life because when playing house or the doll house she was very respectful of the other dolls and the mommy and daddy dolls didn’t fight and were very loving to the child. According to Jean Piaget children often model their role play off their families. She also exhibits many of Erik Erickson's norms for her age. An example of this is the ability to make up games, she did this when she made the tight rope of blocks and they played don't touch the ground. She has very social and emotional interactions with the children and the teachers. An example of this is the ability to show empathy. An example of this is “when a girl was alone she went and sat by her and asked to play dolls with them”. (noted in observation part 2 question 1 letter E) She did show any fear or anger during the first day. The main emotion that she showed was curiosity. She was extremely curious and “ started playing right away”. An example of this is that when she came in the room she started playing with the toys leaving her mom in the dust. Another Jean Piaget trait that she exhibited was to give inanimate objects human feelings. She did this when playing with the dolls telling another girl to be gentle, and to not hurt the baby. She often made remarks about the babies and other toys feelings. The preschool age according to Piaget is the age of...

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