Child Development: Self-Awareness

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    • 00:00

      [As young children become more aware of their bodies,they are able to point to the various parts of their bodieswhen asked to do so.]

    • 00:13

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: Sabrina, where are your eyes?Can you touch your eyes?Oh, good job.Can you touch your knee?Nice!How about-- where are your toes?Where are your toes?Touch your toes.

    • 00:34

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: Good job!Sabrina, I can touch my ear.Can you touch your ear?Yes, you can.Can you touch-- oh, can you touch your tongue?Mm.

    • 00:56

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: Good job.Sabrina, can you touch your chin?Good job.[SABRINA GIGGLES]You do it very well.Sabrina, can you touch your ear?Oh, there's your ear.[SABRINA GIGGLES][DR JOYCE MUNSCH LAUGHS]

    • 01:16

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: You did that so good.Can you touch your toes?Touch your toes.Good job!Sabrina, can you touch your nose?Where's your nose?There it is.Can you touch your knees?

    • 01:37

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: Perfect.You did that so nicely.Sabrina, can you close your eyes?Oh, close your eyes.Close them tight like you're sleeping.Tight-- close your eyes.Can you--[DR JOYCE MUNSCH CHUCKLES]Can you touch your nose?

    • 02:02

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: Oh, there's your nose.Can you touch your toes?[SABRINA BABBLING]You do that so good.Yes, you do such a good job, such a good job.One more-- can you clap your hands?[SABRINA CLAPPING]Clap.Perfect.OK, that's gotten what we want.

    • 02:23

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: She's followed directions, did some by herself,but is not yet ready to find those things whenher eyes are closed.Perfect.

Child Development: Self-Awareness

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As young children become more aware of their bodies, they are able to nonverbally identify their own body parts. Dr. Joyce Munsch demonstrates with 2-year-old Sabrina.

Child Development: Self-Awareness

As young children become more aware of their bodies, they are able to nonverbally identify their own body parts. Dr. Joyce Munsch demonstrates with 2-year-old Sabrina.

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