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KIrish

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All children have different personalities therefore that means that each child has different needs in order to grow better. A shy child might not do as well in a large group setting as they would in a small group setting.
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Each child develops at their own pace and may approach situations differently. This is why learning activities should be made flexible. Furthermore, even babies have temperamental differences that parents/caregivers should consider matching with an optimal environment for that child (for example, a shy child would do best in calmer social settings). 
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Every child is different so their individual needs will vary with age and rate of development. 
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Some children need attention and stimulation, and other children need independence and freedom to explore. Classrooms should include both large and small group activities to meet the needs of children who may be more shy or withdrawn or children who are more extroverted. 
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Individual differences in needs are the different temperaments of children. It is important for teachers to understand this and work with each child keeping in mind that they may be slower to warm up to others.
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It is important as a teacher to be sensitive to different needs. These may be due to different temperaments such as kids that are shy or "difficult" which usually just means very bright and in need of extra stimulation mentally. Some kids enjoy sensory play the most, or gross motor, or quieter play, and it's important to have a classroom that reflects all those needs.
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Every child has a different temperment, that means that every child has different needs to thrive in a learning environment. IT's up to us as educators to change the environment we provide to best suit the learners who will be participating in it. 
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Every child is different. Even if they are in the same pattern of temperament, a shy child could be more shy than another shy child or a shy child could adapt more easily than the next. This is why teachers and care givers should keep in mind that each child is an "individual" and they each have specific needs which is why we should be flexible in our learning environments.
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Individual differences in needs refers to how to best care for different people. For example, some children need to be hugged and rocked when they hurt themselves. I have one child in my care that would rather I moved up snack time to help him feel better. So for him, that's what I would do.
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Every child has a different reaction to things. Some kids nap and some kids stay up. Some kids eat veggies when another eats none.
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Individual differences in needs can be learning style, aptitude, personality and emotional intelligence. Every child is different and require different care/needs.
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Every child is different no matter how alike they are, although some may be similar they may learn in different ways or perceive praise in different ways. It is our job to get to know each child and to support the best learning enviorment for each and every child.
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Flexible children are relatively easy going and can handle transitions relatively well. Spirited and shy children tend to need some preparation during transitions, such as, letting them know a few minutes ahead of time when a task is going to change. Learning to respond to each child's individual needs will help alleviate many problems that come from the unexpected. 
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Each child has there own personality and each develop at their own pace. Some children easily adapt to their environment while others take awhile to adapt. Their eating habits may also be different while one may eat a lot, another may eat very little.
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Each child has their own personality and fits in a different category of temperament patterns. In order to best nurture a child, one must be familiar with these and do the best one can to adapt the learning environment a little for each child.
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