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This means that children are increasingly able to 41 CACHE Level 3 Child Care and Education Diploma represent and communicate their experiences in a variety of forms. Spoken/signed language makes it easier for us to keep hold of (represent) experiences, and to share (communicate) them. Language is one kind of symbol system that helps us to develop abstract concepts, ideas and thoughts. Words stand for things. The word ‘table’ is not the real table; it is a symbol that stands for the table. For more information on the development of language and communication in children, see Chapter 13.
It is best to do this with the children. Provide several drapes, so that children can join in the den-making if they wish to do so. Do the children have ideas about a den they want to make for themselves? What differences do you note in the way children are interested in the den when they are two to three years old, four to five years old and six to seven years old? Try this with babies who crawl. Do they go into the den or look into it? What happens if you put objects inside the den? Do they like the den to be dark inside or fairly light?
This is called metalinguistics. Children make jokes and ‘play’ with words, devising nonsense words for fun. 6 Although there is a conversation going on here, there are quite long pauses while the practitioner does the next bit of face-painting. She holds the little girl’s chin gently and the child trusts her. The child chose to have her face painted with a butterfly, and they have talked about the colour and the antennae on her forehead. Both are taking this seriously, so there are no jerky movements or loud talking.