This activity promotes children’s initiative and curiosity. They also gain practice in approaching a task with increased flexibility, imagination, and inventiveness.
It will be difficult for children of this age to fully grasp emotional concepts, especially complex emotions. Therefore, stick to basic emotions such as happy, sad, angry, and hurt.
This activity encourages children to cross midline, a skill needed throughout life.
This name graph helps children build familiarity with letters while developing both language and math skills.
This game lets children practice identifying rhyming words in a non-threatening group situation. It also provides them with a growing awareness of beginning and ending sounds of words. And, of course, they need to listen!
This activity fosters sharing and discussion as children talk about their drawings in the quilt. It also allows for the celebration of each child’s uniqueness!
This activity encourages children to express how they are feeling using their hands and words.
This is a fun way for children to practice the concept of matching.
This activity gives children experience in being able to categorize objects based on size, shape, color, material, and weight. They also will be able to discuss predictions and test the results.
This activity encourages children to use different art media and materials in a variety of ways.