The less fibre children consume, the more likely they are to develop constipation, which can cause abdominal pain and discomfort. once children have eaten fast food, they consume more calories and fewer nutrients for the rest of the day. On days when kids ate fast food, compared with days when they ate at home, adolescents and young children consumed an additional 309 and 126 calories. (Melcum). This is major because, lack of fibre and to many calories can impact people to gain weight, create irregular digestion, and get a chronic disease.
Uninvolved parents “make few demands on their child to eat but when demands are made this is unsupportive” (Shloim, Edelson, Martin & Hetherington, 2015). This type of style has been correlated with higher Body Mass Index (BMI) z-scores in previous studies. If parents provide children too much energy from food products in comparison to energy expenditure their children can develop obesity. Junk food, candies, processed foods and sugar-sweetened beverages are examples of high-calorie food items that are low in nutrients and contain large amounts of sugars. According to a study, consumption of sugary beverages and fast food among children increased their BMI and concluded that it is a contributing factor to being overweight (Sahoo et al., 2015).
Ecological systems theory: This theory looks at a child’s development within the context of the system of relationships that form his or her environment. Bronfenbrenner’s theory defines complex “layers” of environment, each having an effect on a child’s development. This theory has recently been renamed “bioecological systems theory” to emphasize that a child’s own biology is a primary environment fueling her development. In this essay I will be focusing on the interaction between factors in the child’s maturing biology, his immediate family/community environment, and the societal landscape fuels and steers his development. Changes or conflict in any one layer will ripple throughout other layers.
Before arrival of the children, the staff needs to be on time to work and classrooms and playgrounds need to be set-up. Safety concerns need to be at the top of the list by checking the classrooms and playgrounds. Second, being available during working hours if a client wants to ask about their child’s diaper rash, how to stop thumb shucking, and potty control. Third, being organized for clients that may need materials or referrals for agencies that will help better their child with programs such as Baby Can’t Wait. This service: (1) Provide a coordinated, comprehensive and integrated system of services for infant and toddlers with special needs, birth to three years old along with their families.
Peer relationships in early childhood are essential for psychosocial adaptation present and future. Lived in group activities or in-person friendships, they play an important role in the development of children, helping them to master new social skills and become familiar with the social norms and processes involved in interpersonal relationships (Luby, Barch, Belden, Gaffrey, Tillman, Babb and Botteron, 2012). This topic is of particular interest as more and more children are exposed to other peers even before entering the school by attending the day care and because most children interact with siblings of similar ages in the family context. In the view of Brownell and Carriger (2013), even four years or later, most children are able to have a best friend and to know their partners they care about or they do not like. However, between 5% and 10% of children experience chronic difficulties in relationships with peers, such as rejection or harassment shows early problems with peers that can have a negative impact on later social and emotional development.
Courtney Fry (special education teacher) in discussion with author, October 2106, states “if a student is struggling academically and/or socially a teacher can refer the student for evaluation.” A parent can request an evaluation also. Parental consent is required for the evaluation to take place. Once consent is granted, the evaluation must occur within 90 days, under the IDEA law. The next step is to evaluate the child. The evaluation will identify if the child has a disability, look at their educational needs and educational and other services the child may need, such as speech pathology, physical therapy, to be successful in school.
The awareness for Sustainability and its importance are growing day-to-day in the environmental community and in child education. Sustainability is the method or the way to maintain and support the environment. It is the assembling of current and future generations’ requirements through the environment, economic and social expansion. This discourse will provide the motive of environmental program and how children can become environmentally in charge and will highlight the areas of change in all aspects of the environment. It will also discuss the opportunities in relating children with nature.
People may think overweight child is look so cut and it’s mean the child in a good heath. parents will not being with there child everywhere So, children should have awareness in childhood obesity. Lack of awareness make them eating unhealthy food and junk food when their parents was not there. It is hard to control everything. 1.1 .Thesis Statement Today, many children spend a lot time in video games and televisions, as a result of low active the body will receive calories more than what the child need.
CDL Assignment Q3. How do nature and nurture interact with one another to determine the development of an individual? Discuss with specific reference to physical and motor development. The interaction between nature and nurture play an important role in determining the development of an individual as they are interrelated and it is a dynamic interplay between the genes and the external environment which begins at conception and continuous throughout one’s life due to the nature of adaptability and plasticity we as humans possess. Nurture is more of the social environment which surrounds a child from birth to independence and these include interaction with parents, siblings and immediate family and as the child grows it extends to teachers
Although junk food may be a good way to increase school income, schools should avoid selling it to students because it’s unhealthy, linked to childhood obesity, and unnecessary sugars can cause hyperactivity. Junk food is very unhealthy and can cause health issues. An article posted by the American Heart Association states that “A diet high in saturated and trans fats raises blood cholesterol — a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Too much sodium can raise your blood pressure and too much fat and sugar can lead to obesity, both of which may contribute to heart disease as well.” This evidence shows that a diet containing less junk food will significantly lower the possibility of experiencing one of these potentially fatal health conditions. There is no doubt that selling junk food to students is an easy way for schools to earn more money.