V Development of the Preschool Child, Including Children with Special Needs

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

A. Physical, emotional, social, and intellectual needs of the preschool child

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

B. Role of play in growth and development of the preschool child

  • (5) The student analyzes the growth and development of preschool children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (B) describe the role of play in a preschool child’s growth and development

C. Activities for meeting developmental needs

  • (5) The student analyzes the growth and development of preschool children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (C) develop activities for meeting developmental needs of preschool children such as moderate to vigorous physical exercise, reading development, communication, listening skills, and self-reliance

D. Care and protection of preschool children

  • (5) The student analyzes the growth and development of preschool children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (D) use complex inferences from text to support conclusions about care and protection of preschool children such as child care, family violence and abuse, guidance, services and agencies, and appropriate health care

E. Nutritious snacks and meals

  • (5) The student analyzes the growth and development of preschool children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (E) work independently and collaboratively to prepare snacks or meals to meet nutritional guidelines such as caloric requirements, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and portion control

F. Preschool licensing regulations

  • (5) The student analyzes the growth and development of preschool children of diverse backgrounds, including those with special needs.
    • (F) identify appropriate licensing regulations for preschools

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