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Importance of getting involved with your kids’ Preschool

Parental involvement is very important for the kids success and also it enhances the parent teacher relationship creating a positive environment for the child to develop physical, emotional and intellectual well-being. There are many ways for the parents to involve themselves in their child’s learning journey at preschool. Active and effective communication with schools: The main objective is to have an effective collaboration and communication with the preschool to work together for better trust and also help both teachers and

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Cognitive Skill

Cognitive Development of Preschoolers at Home

Early childhood education has a substantial impact on the cognitive development of preschoolers in lower primary school. The kids need to improve their analytical skills at an early age and also the ability to focus and develop critical thinking. It helps the kids’ brain to grasp the concepts, think critically, develop reasoning skills and finally in remembering the concepts well in a fun way.  Pretend play for learning: In the formative years, cognitive development learning happens through play in a

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Game-Based Learning

Implementing game-based learning in the preschool classroom by teachers

Creative expression through game learning sets up an environment in the preschool classroom that creates an opportunity for students to play, learn and express themselves to learn concepts through games to encourage perseverance in the process of learning and discover a positive vibe between kids and teachers.  Some of the interesting games to try with the tiny tots in the preschool classroom are: Colour mix game: The children can mix the primary colours like red, blue, green to discover the

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Children Reading Activities

Pick up a Book and Read to your Child!

“I had a mother who read to meSagas of pirates who scoured the sea,Cutlasses clenched in their yellow teeth,“Blackbirds” stowed in the hold beneath.   I had a Mother who read me the thingsThat wholesome life to the boy heart brings–Stories that stir with an upward touch,Oh, that each mother of boys were such!   You may have tangible wealth untold;Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold.Richer than I you can never be–I had a Mother who read to me.”

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Brain Gym For Children

Importance of Brain Gym Exercises in Children

Importance of Brain Gym Exercises in Children Only when both the brain and body are given sufficient exercise, can a child grow physically, mentally and intellectually. Simple exercises can help enhance brain functions and make your child smarter, sharper, improve their interpersonal skills, boost their confidence and help improve their eyesight. These simple exercises are known as brain gym exercises. The purpose of brain gym movements is to connect both hemispheres of the brain (right and left), with the goal

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Tips to keep your toddler motivated during virtual learning

Although there are a lot of uncertainties that come with virtual learning, making sure your child stays on track educationally is the top most priority right now. Along with keeping your toddler on a consistent schedule and ensuring they’re spending the right amount of time on their work, keeping little ones focused is certainly the key. With preschool being conducted entirely online, it can be especially tough to stay focused and motivated. It’s important (and sometimes challenging) for toddlers to

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