I attended children’s event that was scheduled to happen at Crandon Park. In attendance were kids of ages amid six and eight years from the African- American families. The children were escorted by either a parent or custodian. The setting triggered complex thinking proficiency in the brood. This went a long way in the development of capabilities from literature, movies and day to day experiences. The parents had an occasion to witness their kids relate with physical ambience.
a number of of the brood participated in Board playoffs. This was a great technique of enhancing cognitive development. The sports event utilized reminiscence skills like checkers and tact-tic-toe. The kids who played with grown-ups were eager to win the games. On their part, the parents helped the brood in becoming better players of the playoffs they affianced in.
It is worth noting that kids start to alter the approach of their thinking at the time they are around six years. Each kid portrayed different capabilities in the different activities they engaged in. Davies cited that at the age of 6 years, children increasingly accurate perception of realities. Thus, egotistic thoughts are abandoned and mature thinking begins to widen. This continues to progress for a epoch of five years. This leads to multifaceted, chronological and symbol-based activities which is critical appreciation of humor and escalated word games.
This was an opportunity where the parents would observe their children’s behaviour in a bid to see whether there are any cognitive difficulties that may negative impact the child’s behaviour. Ignoring cognitive complications in children leads to failure of effective intercessions and support that may be required from the guardians.
The children were capable of shifting and focus their concentration with better organization. The children aged eight years expressed better logic and reasoning than those aged six years. I noticed that the kids aged between 5-6 years attended to a single activity that are of interest effectively. They were able to let go the small distractions that came their way. The caregivers were swift to assist in fresh, complicated or exasperating tasks. This helped the children retain interests of the activities they engaged in. This is because most of the brood worked hard to attract their parent’s consideration. This made the children seemed unhappy when they lost in the games they played a part in. Some appeared to be competitive and bossy when playing with kids of the opposite sex or younger kids.
The games were majorly same sex inclined with girls not interested in allowing boys to participate in the plays. This occurred despite the fact that the kids were able to adjust their emotions. The kids would occasionally rush to their parents to report something done to them by the friends they were playing with. Additionally, they children felt for those who got hurt during the vent.
The participating youngsters were able to regulate their energy intakes by eating snacks that were provided to them by their parents. However, different children reacted differently to hunger in presence of their parents. Some children would rush to get a snack after a short period of play. The rest spend long hours before eating any snack. This cut across children of all ages and sex. Each party were highly anxious about making friends. During the games, the children expressed greater control over muscles. This helped in maintaining agility and bodily movements in games.
Davies, Douglas. Child Development: A Practitioner’s Guide. New York: Guilford, 2010. Print