Saturday, 21 April 2012

Promote development and skills

Through play experiences, children learn about themselves, their environment, and the people in their lives; experiment with different ways to solve problems; develop body control; practice social skills; and express their creativity. An environment that encourages children to make their own choices helps them feel safe, valued, adventurous, competent, and confident to take the initiative. Observe children at play over a period of time, and you’ll see higher levels of thought form in all areas of development – physical, language, social-emotional, and cognitive. Many activities promote cognitive and language development; i.e. books and stories, action songs, nursery rhymes, imaginative play and table top activities. 

Promote Maths skills                                                  Promote Language skills

Promote Language skills with i-Pad                        Language delay 


Promote emotional skills                                                Cognitive development


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