Graphing is a visual way for children to experience the concepts of “more” or “less.”
Sorting objects or pictures by category serves as a foundation for logic, as well as a basis for developing the concept of numbers.
This activity encourages eye-hand coordination, which is the ability of the brain to coordinate information from the eyes with the precise movements of the hand. This is necessary for catching a ball or copying a design from a chalkboard.
Children will love painting with cool and unusual tools in this art activity while fostering the development of their fine-motor skills.
Participation in activities like this one gives children and opportunity to grow in their ability to persist in and complete a variety of tasks, activities, projects and experiences.
Children learn how to engage and persist in everyday activities.
During this activity, children have to demonstrate a growing capacity to maintain concentration over time on a task despite distraction and interactions.
“Loon Necklaces” told by Annie K. Alexie from Kwethluk
This high-energy activity combines large-muscle development with children’s ability to hear and discriminate syllables in words.
This activity promotes children’s initiative and curiosity. They also gain practice in approaching a task with increased flexibility, imagination, and inventiveness.