A transition is a change from one stage or state to another, types of transitions include intellectual (Kids Kingdom to primary school), physical (e.g educational setting/home), emotional (parents separating, new baby, bereavement), physiological (puberty, long term medical conditions).
First day at school and separation anxiety sums up to be the hardest moment for parents and children.
Skills involving use of small muscles that control fingers and thumbs are called fine motor skills. Buttoning, Writing, zippering are a few tasks that involve Fine motor skills. We at Kids Kingdom Learning Centre help develop fine motor skills through exposure and experience to a variety of materials, toys and food.
At Kids Kingdom, we don’t believe in pushing a child to learn when they are not ready. They have years and years of formal education ahead of them. It’s not constructive to make pre-schoolers sit down formally to learn.What we do believe in is giving children the tools they need for school and letting them learn both indoors and outdoors at their Kindergarten.
Balanced meals, snacks, and drinks for children in their Early Years. What to prepare for your child at pre-school/Nursery.
When a child has communication delays the risks of other development delays are more common. All children need language. When language, communication and speech are not on target with their age it affects all aspects of their learning, including the social and emotional development. There are various reasons why a child's language may be delayed including the environment not supporting the child's needs for his/her communication and language development. Other factors may include the child having a hearing impairment or may have a learning difficulty such as Asperger's syndrome, autism or Down's syndrome which makes it difficult for a child to process a language.
An indication that your child has had a great time at their nursery is not only in the smiles and chatter that they go home with, but also in their disheveled and untidy appearance with marks on their clothes, sometimes they may not even be wearing the clothes they started their morning in and perhaps have blue or green hands.