Skill development during the first five years of your child’s life moves fast. The brain grows rapidly in babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Language blooms, thinking becomes more developed, and social and emotional skills allow more interaction with other people. At Floret, we assure you that your kid is in safe, caring and trained hands to grow physically along with the development of other faculties like emotional, intellectual and social.
Children follows active learning as well as quiet learning such as reading and painting. Active learning involves asking and answering questions, solving problems and exploring interests which is actually the key to learning.
From moving game pieces to running around in the space, climbing, balancing and jumping, we engage our kids in a range of motor skills to learn and use these skills to interact with the world around them.
Children’s emotional development starts with paying attention to their feelings and noticing how they manage them. By acknowledging children’s emotional responses and providing guidance, we develop strategies for managing them.
We promote your child’s social development by encouraging to play with other children, that require taking turns, sharing and cooperating; thereby helping to explore his/her world and get to know the people in it.
The Concept of Kids Learning by Playing
Play-based learning incorporates sensory learning and can include activities such as the arts, nature, and music. The teacher's role in play-based learning is to provide the children with stimulating, imaginative ways to play and assist them in their exploration.