We have been playing with tissue paper in N1. We enjoyed scrunching the paper and throwing it. And finally, we collected the paper from the floor and put it into the basket!!
These kind of plays help our kids to understand how to use some objects, in this case, paper. Also, they learn to understand prepositions such as “under”, “on top” or “behind” by carrying out the action (playing and scrunching the paper).
They learn as they play and have fun. What else??
Reflective thinking, planning, problem solving, decision-making, logical thinking, emotional intelligence and cooperation are all skills required when playing board games.
Some of these points were difficult at first, but with practice and patience the children in Foundation 4 have built upon these skills making playing games fun!
Would you go on a lion hunt?
They little lion hunters in Nursery 2 have been busy at work trying to see what they could find.
With their binoculars to hand, they went on a hunt around the school.
They found pictures of animals and even a lion cave.
It´s so much fun being an explorer!
The children in Miss Elizabeths class have been having so much fun exploring and creating their own games.
Here´s one they made earlier…