Children get new experiences during indoor fun activities. Whether there are painting, exploring new objects or DIY there is something that children will learn from it. Activities like yoga and role-playing provides them with new experiences of handling different situations. These experiences help to build their social skills. Children also become more confident individuals. They become open to experimenting with new play surroundings.
Having a Fun Planner gives students freedom to plan, organize and keep track of their work to the best of their abilities and requirements. This has a dual benefit in that it increases the student's accountability to the commitments planned as well as provides them with a structure that contributes to their success.
Exploring coconuts with a super simple five senses activity helps kids to understand our five senses, get familiar with descriptive words and engage in higher level thinking
- (Sense of Sight) What do you see when you look at this coconut? What are those three things? (pointing out the eyes of coconut)
- (Sense of Touch) How does the coconut feel? Is it rough or smooth?
- (Sense of Sound) What do you hear when you shake the coconut?
- (Sense of Smell) What does it smell like?
- (Sense of Taste) What does the coconut taste like?
Have you and the kids every tried a five senses activity like this one?
Spot the difference is very useful activity for kids because a lot of them need to get some diligence and attentiveness at school-age. Devoting time to these activities improves attentiveness, provides better understanding of new things, better memorization and it also helps your child to concentrate, think, and learn to notice objects in detail.
Toothbrush painting is a fun way to paint. It’s also useful for developing fine motor skills which helps your child in writing, buttoning a coat and other tasks that require controlled movements. A creative hobby, like painting, keeps the mind strong and improves overall quality of life.
Are you going to try toothbrush painting with your kids?