Learning starts at our home. Our home and parents are our first school and teacher. When the kids are very young, everything in this world seems exciting and new for them, and they start to learn each and everything from the environment around them. Learning does not end up being academic, understanding about how to […]
How to Use: Page-1 Take a printout Ask the child to mark the exact color under each fruit as per the reference image. Page-2 Ask the child to draw the shape under each fruit as per the reference image. It is a great visual discrimination activity.
Activity Id :16 Activity Name: Mental Blox Benefits: Fine motor development , Concentration, logical thinking Required age: Above 3.5 years Material needed: Store bought mental blox It is a 3D-pattern matching puzzle. They have provided different pattern cards. Kids have to replicate the pattern, Since it is a 3-D pattern , it is bit challenging […]
Size Sorting Activity Id :15a Activity Name: Identification of size Benefits: Fine motor development , Concentration Required age: Above 3 years Material needed: Different size of beads, cups It contains four different shapes of beads. She has to segregate them. My daughter did it once, and she doesn’t want to do it next time, as […]
Pre-School Printable How to Use: Take two sets of printout. Cut the second printout as a set of images (horizontal, vertical)- Don’t go beyond 4 images. Provide the pieces and ask the child to match it with the first one. Sample of the activity is mentioned on the 3rd page of the document . (It […]
Activity Id :12 Activity Name: Pre-Writing skills Benefits: Fine motor development Required age: Above 3 years Material needed: Paper , pen and any loose parts (Stones, buttons, small beads, legumes etc.) Children need perfect hand control before they start actual writing. We can do many activities to make it happen. Draw some patterns and provide […]
PRESCHOOL/TODDLER Visual discrimination PRINTABLE Visual discrimination is the ability to find the small, minor difference between various images. Developing this discriminating skill has a more significant advantage throughout the life. For example : Many kids may have the difficulty in distinguishing between ”9” and ”6” in the same way ”b”, ”p” and ”d”. Doing such […]