Category Archives: Childrens Learning

Five steps to create a Conceptual PlayWorld

Five steps for early childhood educators to create a Conceptual PlayWorld and encourage a love of STEM With a pushdown of school-style curriculum into preschools, kindergartens and childcare centres, it can be difficult for teachers to maintain a play-based program. Fleer’s Conceptual PlayWorld provides a model for teaching through play, and is particularly strong for science, […]

Learning Through Play

Learning through play

Learning Through Play There is more to playtime than just enjoyment. Playing helps children improve their cognitive skills, develop social skills and emotional maturity, and the confidence to take on new challenges and interact with a variety of environments. Countless studies have shown that playtime can help children develop their imagination and foster creativity, improve […]

Colour Is Important For Children’s Learning

Colour Is Important For Children’s Learning

Colour Is Important For Children’s Learning There’s a reason why nurseries, toys, and learning tools are always decorated brightly. Colour has a major impact on the way children learn and engage with their environment. Colour is one of the first attributes a baby can notice and colour recognition is an essential learning skill. The Impact […]

Promoting Your Child’s Cognitive Development

cognitive development

Promoting Your Child’s Cognitive Development Everyone knows what development means, but what do you know about cognitive development? Cognitive development has to do with how your child learns from, and interacts with, their environment. Cultivating cognitive abilities can help your child develop a better memory, have a sharper attention span, and lead to more perceptive […]