VI Development of School-Age Children, Including Children with Special Needs

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. Physical, emotional, social, and intellectual needs of the school-age child

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (A) analyze the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual needs of the school-age child

B. Role of the school environment on growth and development

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (B) analyze the role of the school environment on the growth and development of the school-age child

C. Growth and development of the school-age child

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (C) analyze how individual and group identities are established and change over time to identify typical growth and development of the school-age child such as brain development and social, emotional, and physical development

D. Care and protection of school-age children

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (D) investigate care and protection of school-age children such as child care, abuse, guidance, services and agencies, immunizations, and appropriate health care

E. Appropriate development activities

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (E) develop activities appropriate for school-age children such as moderate to vigorous physical exercise, reading development, communication, listening skills, independence, conflict resolution, stress management, and self-discipline

F. Nutritious snacks or meals

  • (6) The student analyzes the growth and development of school-age children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (F) work independently or collaboratively to create nutritious snacks or meals appropriate for school-age children to prepare, including considerations such as caloric requirements, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and portion control

G. Legislation and public policies affecting children

  • (H) discuss legislation and public policies affecting children

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