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Does anyone know where I can find any please? I've googled until my eyes hurt but it doesn't actually bring up any norms tables with reference to where they originated......if that makes sense???

 

I've got to compare 3 observations to developmental norms, I've used the eyfs stages because that Is what we use at work (Pre-school) but my tutpr has said not just to use eyfs xD

 

also I've done a ticklist obs on a child who's parent was worried she was only playing with one child, how can I compare that to social and emotional norms.

 

any help would be very gratefully received :o

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any help would be very gratefully received :o

I would buy (or borrow from the library) a good book. I've used Mary Sheridan's birth to five years here on Amazon.

 

Also Observing Children by Sharman, Cross and Sheridan, here, and also A Practical Guide to Observing Children by Hobart and Frankel, here. As well as being useful guides to observation, both of these also include developmental norms.

 

All three have the 'look inside' feature on Amazon, which provide limited previews so you might be able to look up the information without buying it (and use Google books too!). However, they are very useful when you need to check a child's progress against the norms for whatever reason.

 

Maz

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I would buy (or borrow from the library) a good book. I've used Mary Sheridan's birth to five years here on Amazon.

 

Also Observing Children by Sharman, Cross and Sheridan, here, and also A Practical Guide to Observing Children by Hobart and Frankel, here. As well as being useful guides to observation, both of these also include developmental norms.

 

All three have the 'look inside' feature on Amazon, which provide limited previews so you might be able to look up the information without buying it (and use Google books too!). However, they are very useful when you need to check a child's progress against the norms for whatever reason.

 

Maz

Thanks so much :) I'm watching the mary sheridan one on ebay at the mo lol

 

I've not heard of google books before or the amazon look inside thingy though xD I shall go and have a look for those now :)

 

Thanks again :o

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Child Development -An Illustrated Guide by Carolyn Meggitt is vey good and I found these websites helpful

http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/ect...dev_charts.html

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_development_stages

 

http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/actearly/

 

http://www.child-development-guide.com/chi...nt-3-years.html

 

Karrie

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