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Children develop their fine motor skills when they use their smaller muscles in the hands, fingers, and wrists.
Learning how to keep one’s own self safe and protected is a key aspect of growing up. Even young children can be taught about personal safety with the help of appropriate language and interactive strategies. The following article provides strategies…
Art-based learning is used in most approaches to early childhood education across the world. It is widely accepted that art not just helps the child to develop creative and fine motor skills but also nurtures cognitive skills like planning and…
Saying sorry is among the earliest lessons in interpersonal behaviour that children learn when growing up. There are indeed many benefits of an apology but sometimes we forget that almost always they depend on both sides genuine feeling the emotions…
Gratitude makes the children more positive, and optimistic and also gives more strong social connections. Gratitude helps the child to relish good memories and gives strength to fight with all the odds and adversity in life. The following article provides…
Biting is typical behaviour of infants and toddlers that we often notice. As the children grow up and gain self-control and self-regulation, gradually they stop biting. The following article provides information on Common Reasons For Biting, Responding To Biting, Strategies…
Bean bags are a great way for children to develop skills across all developmental areas. The following article provides information on Bean Bag Activities For Skills, Benefits Of Bean Bags and more.
Some children find it difficult to process the information received from their senses. Those who feel sensory inputs too intensely – like colours appearing excessively bright or fruits tasting too grainy – can become sensory sensitive or sensory avoidant. The…
Within early childhood settings and as part of the daily routine, group time has become a teaching strategy in order to gather children together to have discussions, read stories, sing songs etc. The following article provides information on What Is…
This is a guide on How to Write a Learning Story. It provides information on What Is A Learning Story, Writing A Learning Story, Sample Of A Learning Story, Linking To The Outcomes, Group Learning Stories and more.
On the first Sunday of September, it is Father's Day. The following provides Father's Day Templates, Printables and Activities that will help you celebrate Father's Day at your service that can be implemented into the curriculum for children.
The 5 Learning Outcomes are intended to document the complex and integrated learning and development of every child from birth to age five. They recognise that children learn in a variety of ways and at varying rates depending on their…
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