Social / Emotional
Approaches to Learning
Physical Health & Safety
Self Concept & Self Control
The perception that one is capable of successfully making decisions, accomplishing tasks, and meeting goals.
Many skills are experienced-based and can be introduced simultaneously. Categories labeled
are in the developmentally appropriate sequential order to create a scope and sequence for skill mastery. It is suggested that skills be introduced in this order.
Guidelines Correlated with POCET
Shows Awareness of Self and Knows Personal Information.
The child is aware of personal likes and dislikes and can express feelings. The child also knows basic information such as name, age and family members, etc. (Correlates with POCET
My (Almost) Everything!
Displays Confidence and Independent in a School Setting.
The child is able to function in a school setting with confidence and independence. (Correlates with POCET
Home to School Board/Setting up the Home to School Board
Expresses Feelings nad is Aware of How Actions Affect Self and Others.
The child expresses awareness of how his actions affect self and peers. (Correlates with POCET
Follows Rules and Uses Materials Purposefully in Cooperative Play.
The child can follow the classroom rules, which include proper use of school materials. (Correlates with POCET
Team Building !
NAEYC Accreditation Standards
Preschool Activity QuickSource® Guidelines appropriate for any preschool setting
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