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Blog posts tagged with 'preschool'

"Flash Cards" the toppings of Learning Aid

08 October 2016

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What’s about Flash cards?

  • Flash cards are a collection of cards of a particular genre such as number flash cards, phonetic flash cards, rainbow flash cards, sentence maker flash cards used in classrooms, play home and other educational institutions for children of age 2 years up to 7 years.

 Purpose of Flash cards

  • Flash cards basically used as learning aid that help the students in language comprehension, enhancing memory power, improving concentration skills, developing observation abilities.

 What is its implication?

  • Today’s generation kids are most of the time found caught up with electronic gadgets and the time spent on physical games are going down. Flash cards can act as an alternative to keep the children engaged in learning activity.

 Conclusion

  • The colourful cards create interest in the student’s and encourages them to take part in finding the cue of a card pertaining to the information on the other side of the card. This interactive activity exposes the child to various concepts and pragmatic way of learning.

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Why Geometry and Spatial Sense important for pre-preschoolers?

23 May 2016

Did you know that Geometry is one among the first areas of mathematics taught to young children because it enable them to explore and learn about basic forms and relationships?

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  •          Experts say that the study of geometry involves shape, size, position, direction, and movement and is descriptive of the physical world we live in. Children's spatial sense is their awareness of themselves in relation to the people and objects around them.

 

  •          How do Children benefit from learning about shapes? The quick answer is that it teaches them describe the environment, identifies characteristics of shapes and help develops the sense of shape.

 

  •          Learning experiences in the primary grades should provide students with opportunities to explore geometric and spatial concepts, and to relate them to real-life situations. Therefore it is important that they learn manipulate concrete materials and do not simply view pictures and diagrams of two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures

 

  •          Two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures have properties that allow them to be identified, compared, sorted, and classified. Therefor encourage pre-schoolers to slide, flip, or turn shapes to promote problem solving and an understanding of transformations

 

  •          Also Spatial reasoning enable children to understand not only their spatial world but also other mathematics topics, art, science etc. social studies, movement and music, and reading etc.

 

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3 way benefits to children from Creative Activities

11 May 2016

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"Children learn as they play.Most importantly in play children learn how to learn" O. Fred Donaldson"

Do you know that Scribbling with crayons too is milestone in overall development of Children?

Yes get themselves engaged in creative activities at school or day care or at home will set your child up 
as a creative thinker in all walks of life . it could be it is drawing, painting, cutting, pasting, modelling 
or similar arts and crafts activities.

 

  1. Creative activities help develop Intellectual aspects of the child , even at a young age, and help to develop basic maths skills like geometry (size and shape), measuring, and sorting.There is also a great deal of problem solving skills and concentration which happens as children gains to learn to take what is in their head,and put them it onto paper.
  2. Creative activities help develop Physical aspects of the child through Painting, drawing, cutting and pasting which all help to develop fine motors skills in young children, which in turn helps them to be writing-ready as they next ages.
  3. Creative activities help develop Emotional aspects of the child too as they provide a positive outlet for children to express their emotions, at a very young age.

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