• Meaningful Experiences – Family is the most meaningful & primary to a child. Healthy relationships with families assist caregivers in building strong relationships with children. • Individualization – Families are experts on their own children and provide crucial information, ranging from learning styles to sleeping patterns. Then caregiver can provide more attention when it required. • Culturally Appropriate Curriculum – A child’s home language and culture can play a significant role in the child’s cognitive and linguistic development.
Let your baby’s enjoy playing with you and off course they gain knowledge. Every step of the way, you will able to see their ability and potentials do be improve and develop. It also trains the children on hand and eye coordination and helps hand muscles development. And inspire children’s logical thinking and spatial concepts. Can built toys of babies such as figure of a person, flower and a rotating wheel.
Aistear in the classroom can act as a reinforcement for what children have learned during lessons, using play as a learning support tool to enhance the child’s learning experience. Although Aistear and the PSC are aimed at varying age groups, their aims are pretty similar. ‘to enable children to meet, with self-confidence and assurance, the demands of life, both now and in the future’ (PSC, Introduction, p. 6). ‘To enable children to grow and develop as competent and confident learners within loving relationships with others’ (Principles and Themes, p. 6). Both the Primary School Curriculum and the Aistear documents aim to ensure children gain confidence as learners and to develop
Some experts agree that dramatic play is an integral part of a well rounded preschool program as it is healthy for early childhood development. Benefits of children play is children teaches self regulation. This is a great stepping stone for learning to self regulate their emotions. Some interesting things happen when children assign and accept roles in dramatic play they are motivated to stick to them, thinking of them as rules to follow. Their own rules.
This book provides a very thorough, methodical discussion of how young children can develop literacy through play activities within a literacy-rich environment that has been designed with purpose. The role of early childhood teachers, in such an environment, is to discover teachable moments during children’s play and other child-centered experiences and take advantage of those moments to facilitate the children’s literacy development. Chapter One reviews the role of various types of “play” in children’s development and defines the developmentally appropriate practices, which are: understanding children’s patterns of growth to inform knowledge about learning and development; knowing each child’s individual strengths, needs, and interests; and knowing
It promotes the right for all children to live in an inclusive society and points to the benefits they stand to gain and is also very welcoming. Here we can build relationships with the children, we can encourage them to form a connection with other children and gently bring the child into a group as we do for all children. Here we can offer strengths to children with Down syndrome through aspects like visual learning, most children with Down syndrome will learn better through demonstration rather than learning through more verbal learning. If Information is presented visually together with verbal input, the child has a better chance of picking up the Information and learning from it, other ways for a child to learn is making learning fun and keeping it simple and really integrating the child with Down syndrome into Pre-school
Thus, the more motivated they are, the more learning process occurs effectively. In this way, positive reinforcement may help us balance our young children’s motivation. As I consider, reinforcement is somehow behaviorist approach but if we become an effective observer, we could know exactly when and how much we reinforce our students. For me, that helps to reduce affective filter in the classroom environment and create an effective learning process among children. For instance, we can create an effective atmosphere by using games and songs.
In most cases social conduct are better learned among peers (Ladd, 2005), so teachers of young children are in a distinct level to encourage social learning in their classrooms. Social skills are manners that advocate positive reciprocal actions with others and the environment. Some of these skills include showing rapport, participation in group activities, kindness and helpfulness, broadcasting with others, compromising and problem solving. Enhance Social Functioning Through Play Social skills develop through play children develop skills such as one-to one Communicate early writing and reading behaviours, as well as counting and figured and enumerated. Play also provides a means and suitable time for children to learn and improve their social skills (Barbakoff&Yo, 2002.)
That is to say, every acts of children are filled with various meanings. I mean that as far as, play have an important value in children 's development , It is also important for parents to understand their child and to be able to communicate with him or her. In this paper, ı am going to talk about these issues in detail. Play has an active role in the early childhood education program. It is accepted as a vital item in the child centered preschools.