Colour Matching Class
Activities and Game in early childhood is the best foundation for success in school. Our activities will challenge and develop your child’s creativity, imagination, thinking skills, and social skills.
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The world of colours is a wonderful thing to introduce a child to. It is a source of pride for children when they master identifying colours. It adds important descriptive terms to their vocabulary. It adds to their understanding of the world around them. They take delight in being able to say that their favorite toy car is red or insist on wearing their favorite pink dress. Parents can get just as anxious about their children learning colours as they are about their children learning their letters and numbers. The worry about their child’s development if they don’t seem to learn their colours fast enough. As with letters and numbers, children master their colours at a different rate, and taking a specially designed class can help them master their colours.
Kids Pre School is a great place for my son to start his schooling experience. He loves being there, especially loves arts classes with Mrs. Arya!
Our colour matching class is designed to introduce toddlers to colours in a way that is fun and geared toward their developmental level. With this special class, the focus is all on colours in way that is not possible in the general classroom setting. Toddlers will learn about colours through a variety of methods. Classic matching games and puzzles engage their attention and allow them to learn colours with a variety of toys. Coloring books, crayons, markers, and paint engage their creativity while giving them hand-on experience with using and mixing colors. Learning colors with food engages a toddler’s senses of taste and smell while teaching them colours. Songs and rhymes about colours are a great way to aid in the memorization of different colours. Our colour matching class uses all of those methods to help your toddler master colours.
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Kids Preschool encourages parents to take an interest in the curriculum a preschool offers. It’s important to look for a discovery-based program, and not one that is primarily focused on drill and practice skills. While structure is essential, parents should look for a preschool that offers opportunities for children to make choices about their learning.
In choosing preschool program that is best for their child, parents should consider the level of openness between the school and the family.
Of course, you want to be sure that your child’s preschool teacher is experienced and qualified. A good preschool teacher understands how children grow and develop. Ask about training and experience working with young children and with a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
Preschools should offer plenty of opportunities for active play. Physical activity is critical for the development of a child’s gross motor skills and promotes health and well-being.Table time is also a must. “It’s important that children have daily exposure to fine motor activities, such as stringing beads, snipping paper strips, and pre-writing activities such as scribbling in shaving cream.
Growing tots need to rest at some point during a busy preschool day, so don’t forget to ask the teacher when naptime takes place. Ideally, naps should be scheduled at the same time every day and should not last more than two hours (more than that may interfere with your little one getting a good night’s sleep). You’ll need to know if the school supplies a nap mat, sheet, or pillow.