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“Early childhood education is the key to the betterment of society. The greatest sign of success for a teacher is to be able to say,the children are now working as if I did not exist.”- MARIA MONTESORRI
Building fine motor skills starts at an early age. Furthermore, it allows little ones to set the foundations for learning, coordination, and performing everyday tasks.
Montessori activities arefocused on key developmental milestones in children between the ages of three and five-years-old. Younger children focus on honing large muscle and language skills. Four-year-olds work on fine motor skills and completing everyday activities, such as Washing windows, Sweeping, Watering plants, Feeding class pets, folding clothes, Setting a table etc.
These types of activities help children to develop self-confidence, a sense of responsibility, and a good work ethic.
“Every child is an Artist “ – Pablo Picasso
Art has the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else.
There is no doubt that arts and crafts are fun activities for kids. Be it coloring with crayons or making miniature statues from clay, folding paper to create fine origami or designing a handmade birthday card, there are several arts and crafts activities, which can enhance the interest of the children and explore their artistic potential.
Clay modeling provides kids with opportunities to build on their knowledge, verbalise their thoughts and ideas, and add detail to their work.
Art is healing and meditative for children and teachers. It is inspiring and allows a different kind of space for free and creative expression. Art builds self-confidence ,it develops listening skills.
Lets us see our little kids enjoying virtual art and craft ,pottery session with their teachers.
“Cooking with kids is not just about ingredients, recipes, and cooking. It’s about harnessing imagination, empowerment, and creativity.”- Guy Fieri
Cooking Activities provides practical experience to kids, with many essential skills such as reading, following directions, and measuring. Stirring, rolling, squeezing and spreading are just a few of the kitchen tasks that allow young children to develop their fine motor and hand-eye coordination skills.
The Benefits of fireless cooking are many such as :
· Social-Emotional Development: Hands on cooking activities help children develop confidence and skill. Following recipes encourages children to be selfdirected and independent, it also teaches them to follow directions and develop problem-solving skills.
· Physical Development: Fine motor and eye-hand coordination skills are developing by chopping, mixing, squeezing, and spreading.
· Cognitive Development: Cooking encourages children’s thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. It also allows children the opportunity to use the knowledge they have and apply it by counting, measuring, following a sequence, following directions, and cause and effect.
· Language Development: Cooking offers the opportunity to develop language development by linking it to all other areas, including Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Arts, and Literacy. This is done by encouraging children to talk about what they are doing, counting, and watching materials change color, texture, and medium.
Our little chefs enjoyed all the sessions of fireless cooking virtually and made some delicious dishes.