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Outdoor Play: Teaching & Learning Activities For Preschoolers

Activities that involve or stimulate the five senses i.e, taste, touch, smell, hearing, and sight are known as sensory activities. Sensory activities are an important part of a child’s development, especially during the early years when their brains are rapidly developing.


Childcare Age Groups – Ranges for Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers

From birth till school, your kid goes through multiple development phases. Each development phase comes with its own set of challenges, growth, and experiences. It can be overwhelming to keep up with so many fast changes. That’s why you must learn about different childcare age groups, developments, and how to deal with them.

Counting Watermelon Seeds

Counting Watermelon Seeds If you’re reading The Watermelon Seed with your preschoolers this summer, help them practice math and literacy skills with these free The Watermelon Seed activities. Learning Objective Reads, writes, and represents numbers 0 to 10 Counts a set of objects to 10 Recognizes small groups of objects Generates a set equal to a number Composes numbers …

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Marshmallow Challenge

Marshmallow Challenge   Learning Objective Uses imaginative skills to design building free hand Utilizes mathematical knowledge to ensure the building stays upright Leverages problem-solving skills to come up with solutions that arise during construction Thinks creatively to construct buildings in a symmetrical manner Uses pictures for inspiration and also to lead discussions Learns about 2-dimensional …

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Rainbow rice bins

Rainbow rice bin Learning Objective Encourages kids to explore materials with little to no supervision Process information through all senses, activating sensory play Develops creativity, critical thinking and imagination Comprehends new words and gestures and makes different sound effects Develop awareness about concepts such as measurement, primary and secondary colors. Age Group  1 year and …

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Stacking rings

Stacking rings Learning Objective Recognises some common words in instructions Follows one-step directions with adult assistance and supervision Comprehends gestures and reacts aptly to words and signs Listens intently to verbal communication Observes nonverbal communication such as gestures, non-verbal cues, and body language Age Group 6 months and above Materials required Mat that is long …

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