For the related UK qualification, see City and Guilds. Test written by four-year-old child in 1972, former Soviet Union. ECCE has a global scope, and caring for and educating young children has always been an integral part of human societies. Children remember and repeat actions they observe. While the first two years of a child’s life are spent in the creation of a child’s first “sense of self”, most children are able to differentiate between themselves and others by their second year. This differentiation is crucial to the child’s ability to determine how they should function in relation to other people.
2 years of age, can be influential to future education. With proper guidance and exploration children begin to become more comfortable with their environment, if they have that steady relationship to guide them. Parents who are consistent with response times, and emotions will properly make this attachment early on. A child exploring comfortably due to having a secure attachment with caregiver. Children’s curiosity and imagination naturally evoke learning when unfettered.
Learning through play will allow a child to develop cognitively. Tassoni suggests that “some play opportunities will develop specific individual areas of development, but many will develop several areas. Thus, It is important that practitioners promote children’s development through play by using various types of play on a daily basis. Davy states that the British Children’s Act of 1989 links to play-work as the act works with play workers and sets the standards for the setting such as security, quality and staff ratios.