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Many educators believe that literacy and movement lessons should occur at different times during the school day; however, numerous studies provide evidence that activities involving literacy and movement provide more benefits when they happen within the same lesson.Movement and Play Literacy Language
Geometry is an important concept to explore for young children; it will help build and contribute to their understanding of shapes as they engage with shapes. As children begin to develop their spatial sense, they will learn to compare and manipulate mental images.Math
Comparisons is the first step in developing an understanding of measurement among young children. For example, splitting a cookie between friends shows how children are capable of grasping this concept.Math
Preschoolers can learn math concepts naturally; however, as an educator, you can fuel your that students desire for knowledge and intentionally encourage creative explorations that will help your children building everyday math skills in the different environments they are exposed too.Math
Play is an essential part of children’s healthy development. Not only does play foster a happy childhood, it also promotes learning. Using fun and playful activities is a great way to introduce students to new concepts and further develop their knowledge.Literacy Language
Unlike speech, writing is a fundamental skills that children must develop with the foundations of speech, listening and reading. Young children have been proven to learn best through activities, such as play and imitation.Literacy Language
Incorporating indoor games into learning is a vital way to ingrain different key concepts into your preschoolers' brains. Active learning is proven to help your students retain and understand concepts successfully.Movement and Play
Prevent summer slide with fun games and activities for kids. Infants can enjoy gross motor activities outside while toddlers and preschoolers explore the lush summer flora. Summer activities are fun for the whole family!
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