Children’s play is their work. Children learn a tremendous amount from our daily play activities. Finger painting, manipulating play dough, and drawing with crayons
are some activities directed towards fine motor skills. These fine motor skills will prepare your child in learning how to write, cut with scissors and develop hand eye coordination. Singing, story
time, learning finger plays are activities geared towards pre-literacy skills. Cooking, pretending to be doctors, or playing with puppets are activities that help children explore their creativity
and their interpersonal skills.
I strongly believe that children learn by doing. I provide an array of hands on activities that are appropriate for children of different ages and interests. Children are encouraged to learn through their play activities. As these activities can be a bit messy, please dress your children in comfortable, washable play clothes every day. I emphasizes the process of an activity rather than how the final products look.
Lifetime Learners goes online
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