Young children are learning and growing rapidly. They are playing, learning and experimenting. They also begin to recognize their identities and how they can differ from others, such as boys and girls. Some children benefit from having a nursery or nursery at this age. Organized activities help develop their learning in an informal environment. In turn, this is preparing for a more formal learning life. Cultural identification is very important. Children need to have people around them that they can identify with and who are knowledgeable about their culture and people.
- How do young children learn?
Children learn through all their senses by:
- Tasting, touching, seeing, hearing and smelling.
- View and copy people near them who learn language and behavior.
- Playing with toys.
- Learning through play
Play is one of the main ways that children learn. It helps to build self worth by giving a child a sense of his or her ability and feeling good about himself. Because it is fun, kids often become very absorbed in what they are doing. In turn, this helps them to develop concentration. Offering kids with a variety of toys will help them learn in a number of ways:
- Playing sand and water could be the first scientific and mathematical introduction, such as learning that water is liquid, not solid, and that it can be measured in different sized containers.
- Playing with powder, painting and painting, dressing, playing dolls can encourage creativity.
- Imagination and emotional expression.
- Building blocks, tattoos, and shape sorters can help you recognize different shapes and sizes, put things in order, and develop logic.
- Playing ball games, dancing, running, jumping in baby jumpers or bouncers climbing for body development, strength, flexibility and coordination.
- Help games with sharing, and mixing with others.
- Singing, playing simple instruments helps to develop rhythm, listening and hearing.
- Playing with marble run toys, Lego Ninja helps children develop many skills such as improving memory, problem solving skills and creativeness and patience.
It is important that learning is enjoyable at this age. It needs to be working with them in the way they like. They may find unusual ways to work – for a toddler, building blocks are not just for creating towers, and paint can be used without brushes! Show them how things work, but if they want to experiment, let them
Do not push your baby too hard. Kids develop their own way and in their own time. Try not to compare them with other children. You can also encourage reading, by reading with and with them. Look at the pictures together; This will help young children understand the meaning of the word.
It is better to talk to them a lot, about everyday things while you are cooking or cleaning up. This will give you an opportunity to teach them how things work and they will be able to ask you questions. Get ready for a lot of “why?”
- What is the importance of play for pre-school children?
Anyone who spends a certain amount of time on kindergarten children knows that providing children with the opportunity to play offers more than a few minutes or hours of fun. Play also allows children to relax, free up steam, develop social skills such as concentration and cooperation, encourage the development of imagination, develop motor skills and teach self-expression.
Sarah Owen, the founder of the movie “Pajama Drama” – drama, music, the movement for children before school age said: “Many children seem to be born with the ability to play nature, But some children find it more difficult and need to learn how to play well and this is where parents can make a big difference. Given the opportunity to play unstructured, children also play with beloved adults can benefit greatly – the benefits of having fun together can not be underestimated! “
- How does dramatic play in particular benefit children?
Drama is essential to the child’s social development (or emotion) and can play a big part in the physical development of the child. Children are aware of the world in which they live by addressing situations before they occur and by copying what they see around them. Pretend plays a part in developing a child’s emotions as they learn to look at life from a different perspective and allow them to “test” the situation before they happen.
Most children naturally imagine and will happily talk to someone on a toy phone or drive a car, and this creativity should be encouraged! This type of play also develops the child’s imagination that is closely related to intellectual development.
In conclusion, Children learn through play so playing with your children is more important than toys or structured activities. Taking a lot of time to play with your children is the best ways that help them develop perfectly.