Development goals for children aged 2-6 years in the social field
[Time：2007-12-20 14:00:31] [Tip: According to Google Translate]
1. Be able to participate actively in various activities and have confidence.
2. Be willing to interact with others, learn from each other, cooperate and share, and have compassion.
3. Understand and follow the basic rules of social behavior in everyday life.
4. Can work hard to do what they can, not afraid of difficulties, and have a preliminary sense of responsibility.
5. Love parents and elders, teachers and companions, love the collective, love the hometown, and love the motherland.
2~3 years old
1. Willing to go to a nursery or kindergarten, willing to be close to a teacher or a familiar adult.
2. Be able to follow the teacher to participate in group activities and be happy to play games with your companions. Try to share food and toys with your favorite companions and experience the joy.
3. Be aware of the obvious emotional performance of yourself and others, be willing to greet others with an adult reminder, and make a simple response.
4. Know your name, age, gender, class name.
5. Learn to follow simple rules in collective life.
3~4 years old
1. I am happy to participate in various activities in the kindergarten and get close to those who live close to me.
2. Enjoy playing games with your peers, learning to share, waiting to take turns, and experience the joy of being with your peers.
3. Inspired by adults, learn to pay attention to the emotional performance of others and make simple behaviors such as comfort, care, and help. Be willing to greet familiar people, learn to politely ask for help and thank others for their help.
4. Can compare the difference between yourself and others from the external characteristics such as gender and appearance.
5. Gradually accept the teacher's advice and instructions, knowing to abide by the basic principles of collective life.
6. Observe the surrounding living environment and its changes. I like to participate in various festivals and experience the atmosphere of happy holidays.
4~5 years old
1. Caring for and respecting parents, elders, teachers, social workers related to their own lives, understanding their careers and their relationships, and respecting their labor.
2. Learn the ways of succession, rotation, request, negotiation, humility, expression of ideas, etc., and share the joy and achievements generated by group cooperation.
3. Perceive the emotional manifestations of others' happiness, sadness, anger, and try to make appropriate responses.
4. Learn to evaluate yourself and others' behaviors and show confidence in what you can do.
5. Preliminary discrimination between right and wrong, obeying the basic rules of collective life.
6. Be willing to accept adult instructions and complete tasks that are within your power.
7. Understand the famous facilities and landscapes in your hometown, love to participate in folk festivals, and evoke the feelings of loving your hometown.
5 to 6 years old
1. Understand the social significance of adults and their work in different occupations, respect them, and cherish the fruits of labor.
2. Learn to participate in ingestion activities, experience and recognize the importance and happiness of people to communicate, cooperate, communicate and care, and be willing to communicate with others.
3. Learn to respect the needs, feelings, opinions of others, and make appropriate responses and compassion.
4. Learn to evaluate yourself and your peers at the event.
5. Understand and abide by the rules of collective life and enhance the awareness of the rules.
6. Learn to choose an activity plan, learn to work hard and complete the activity, and show confidence and responsibility in the activity.
7. Understand the famous natural landscapes, cultural landscapes, major properties, traditional festivals and major changes in the hometown and the motherland, and sprout the feelings of loving the hometown and loving the motherland. Initial contact with different customs and cultural characteristics.
8. Understand the consumption content of adults and try appropriate consumer activities.
9. A preliminary understanding of primary school life and a desire to enter school.