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An observation was held in the childrens wing of Tarrant County Junior College A variety of children between the ages of two to six were observed in activities ranging from physical and motor to social and cognitive development Specifically I mean that whether it was leadership skills or lack of running climbing and jumping drawing and writing or anything that could fall between it has been seen done and accounted for in the following observation First lets start with the physical and motor development Please say hello to Karligh and Bethany my first volunteers of the observation Both girls are in the four-year olds The first activities under physical and motor development that Im going to observe them performing are the large musclegross-motor skills The large musclegross-motor skills include climbing across the monkey bars riding bigwheels or tricycles and running through a built-in obstacle course on the playground Starting with the monkey bars its clearly obvious that Karligh is physically stronger upperbody-wise than Bethany With surprising ease Karligh crossed the monkey bars using nothing but her arms to perform this task Bethany on the otherhand was shaky and uncertain from the start After hanging from the first bar she quickly swung her feet over to the side for leg support She was able to cross but only with a great deal of assistance from me Karligh also showed mastery in riding the big wheel Her speed and turning ability seemed to surpass anyone else on the playground Bethany chose to ride only after a piece of candy bribery Her tricycle skills were somewhat sluggish but more or less average However once again Bethany was victorious The last large muscle activity was completing the obstacle course The obstacle course involved running up a slide crawling through a tunnel crossing a shaky bridge and then walking along a balance beam Karligh ran up the slide
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