I observed Kimberly who’s 24 months she attend Tender Loving Care Preschool on April 1, 2013 at 2:15. Kimberly is seen to be an energetic and active child. She moves around the classroom a lot, finding enjoyment in exploring her environment. She can adequately maintain her balance as seen when walking along straight and curved beams and going up and down the stairs. However, her growing adeptness in gross motor skills is more apparent during individual sessions. She still has her hesitations when it comes to joining her classmates in group exercise. As regards to fine motor activities, she is still more inclined to engage in manipulative play such as rolling and pounding play dough, building structures out of blocks, and completing 5 to 10 piece puzzles. Kimberly is becoming more comfortable with other children. She is beginning to engage in simple conversations and sometimes, even greet familiar people with a “Hi” or “Hello”. She is also observed seeking the presence of her classmates, often asking the teacher about their whereabouts. She sign of cooperative play- she shares her toys when encourage and is now learning to wait for her turn. However, there are still instances when she disregards teacher’s directions and insists on what she wants. This usually happens during worksheet time as she prefers to play rather tha accomplish her work. She needs to be urged and promised that she can play for as long as she completes her assigned task. Kimberly can follow directions involving concept such as under, over, top, bottom, etc. She is also able to count the steps even though she’s out of order.