Tip 1: How to write the pedagogical characteristics of preschoolers
Composecharacterization as much as possible, but do not get carried away by the words with emotional-expressive colouring. However, try to avoid unnecessary detail and redundancy information for characteristics of the child and describing situations of interaction with peers, with adults. Not a substitute for your own medical experiences (e.g., hyperactive) or psychological (aggressive, passive) concepts.
Specify the early characteristics of the preschooler's name, date of birth, number of your DOW, the group and the period of stay of the child in the garden. If the child was transferred to you from another DOE, enter the reason for the transfer (for example, in connection with the relocation of families, etc.).
Write how soon the child has adapted in the group, how he interacts with peers, with adults. Give an assessment of the level of adaptation and describe the features of gaming activities of the preschooler.
Note the main difficulties in learning (or lack thereof). Rate the level of perception, memory, thinking, attention and fine motor skills. If the child has memory problems, please describe them. Pay special attention to what learning activities have you used to improve his memory, to focus (if it is unstable), to solve problems with complex perception of the world (if such were observed), etc., Specify what results you have achieved in solving these problems.
Note the main difficulties arising from the preschooler in communication (or lack thereof). Estimate a level of speech development, social skills, orientation in time and space, the relationship to the tempo of the activities.
Specify features of his condition. If he's not sleeping during NAP time, or not eating, give possible reasons for this. If the child is often sick, indicate acute or chronic form of the disease he endured.
If the child has any additional features in development, write about it, give an example of how they usually manifest themselves.