using natural resources to create a land art. The Forest Schools concept originated in Scandinavia. The approach was widely adopted in Denmark in the 1980's as a solution to the lack of indoor facilities for pre-school children. We at Bobo play & learn have introduced this new approach with the name of Nature learning. This is a child-centered inspirational learning process that offers opportunities for holistic growth through regular sessions. It is a long-term program that supports play, exploration and supports risk taking. It develops confidence and self-esteem through learner inspired, hands-on experiences in a natural setting.One of the prime objectives of forest schools is…
SENSORY WATER PLAY - Water play is both enjoyable and educational. It helps children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts.Our children enjoyed playing with flowers and orange slices...we poured,sieved,squeezed,scooped and had lots of fun smelling and tasting the oranges
We introduced the Montessori size sequencing knob puzzles to our Toddlers. This activity encourages the toddlers to realise and understand the concept of shapes,sequence, fit, and slowly they learn to distinguish sizes too.
We were busy being very creative with our toddlers.We have tried to introduce the 3D art concept to them. Children learnt to manipulate a paintbrush, this helps to improve their fine motor skills. Most importantly, when children feel good while they are creating, art helps boost self-confidence. And children who feel able to experiment and to make mistakes feel free to invent new ways of thinking.
We baked rainbow muffins for our Thursday cooking day for the Toddler time program this week. Baking with children can give them lots of opportunities to strengthen their hand and finger muscles.