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ECE 110 – 112L
Fall 2015
Child Development Observation

Observation Completed By: Nathalia Daza
Age Group: Infant/Toddler Preschool Primary
Age of Child (Years.Months): 1 year old
Name of Child (Not Real Name): Jimmy
Observation #: 1
Date and Time of Observation: 9/22/15 @ 3:18 pm
Observation Location: Living room, Jackson Heights, NY
Description of the Child:

• Jimmy is 1 year old. Has small chinky eyes, pink checks, a bottom nose, and full red lips. Jimmy has a long torso but short legs. He wearing an orange one-piece shirt, stripped sweat pants, and socks that has a spiky rubber sole.

Description of the Setting:

• The living room is 22” x 28” inches, there is a 18” wooden coffee table, in the middle of the coffee table there is a vase filled with White roses, if you look to the left of the coffee table there is a Ashley furniture walnut color Axiom Sofa, to the left of the sofa there is another Ashley furniture walnut color Axiom sofa. Next to the sofa is the main entrance door (6 feet by 8 inch) to the home.

• If you look to the right of the wooden coffee table, there is a 54” x 42” fireplace filled with wood and a little metal door. Hanging over the fireplace there is a 65” Samsung Curved Smart TV. On top of the fireplace there is *from left to right* a DIRECTV cable box, a Netgear Wi-Fi router, 4 picture frames (1 of jimmy on his 1st birthday, 1 of jimmy and his sister on his 1st birthday, and 2 family portraits), a white Play Station 4 with a Fifa15 and Call of Duty game on top, 1 white Play Station4 remote, and 2 other remotes (one is for the cable box and the other one is for the TV).

Others in the Setting (What adults/peers are in the setting and what is the relationship to the child?):

• Jess (jimmy’s nanny)

• Cara (jess’s granddaughter)

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