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3.3 6.1 Explain how to support children and young people s self-confidence and self-esteem.
smiling at children and making eye contact with them lowering yourself bodily to communication at the same height welcoming children when they approach you respond to children's requests positively and offer guidance and help when [ needed show patience, understanding and know how not to prematurely judge events, opinions, happenings use praise and congratulate use
activities to challenge and motivate children appropriately - suggest ideas to extend a competency .. maybe moving from a 10 piece jigsaw to 20 piece - support children in extending a competency with suggestions .. climb steps/ navigate a balance beam without hand-holding or moving gradually to that goal by using the minimal amount of hand contact that provides a reassurance show genuine interest in what children are doing, exploring, learning about, discussing, suggesting challenging discrimination and help others see why equality & inclusion are good ]
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