Little Gem Family Daycare

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Activities for Children of Any Age

Our nursery program accommodates children from 6 weeks to 18 months. By this time, they are undergoing rapid physical and brain development which is an advantage for us to effect learning. The first few years are the most important.

Activities for little infants and toddlers focus on the development of of their gross moor skills such as gripping, holding, looking, crawling, and more.

These are spelled out in the following activities:

The daycare program caters little children aged 18 months to 3 years old. This is just the perfect time to mold values, develop good character, and diagnose talents. It is a crucial stage where children are encouraged to learn more and do more.

Parents may be confident that the curriculum will cover all aspects of their child's development.

Within the framework of a planned setting, our prekindergarten/preschool children are encouraged to interact with peers, adults, and objects. We believe that teachers should employ a variety of overlapping teaching tactics to support development and learning in our preschoolers.

Teachers in a bilingual daycare setting interact with the children and conduct activities in both languages. The major purpose is to expose and familiarize children with both languages so that they can study both simultaneously, allowing them to build core abilities and confidence in both languages.

With these engaging arts and crafts for kids ideas and projects, you can both play and learn.

Drawing, painting, sticking, creating, and making are all beneficial to the mind and soul!

For your Arty Crafty Kids, get inspired with no-prep arts and crafts ideas and learning materials.

Parents and instructors of children of all ages will love our art and craft ideas. For example, baby handprint art, toddler craft projects, preschool art and craft ideas, kindergarten art-based learning tools, and a plethora of other art and craft ideas to stimulate creativity and have fun!

Playing outside allows your youngster to experience the natural world and have adventures. Your youngster can engage in games, push their physical boundaries, express themselves, and gain self-assurance.

Outdoor play can also mean more mess, which frequently means more enjoyment!

When your child is outside, he or she has greater room and freedom to engage in large activities such as running, jumping, kicking, and throwing. These kind of physical activities are beneficial to your child's health, fitness, and physical development.

Spending time outside with your youngster may reduce his or her risk of developing short-sightedness. A little safe sunbathing can also be beneficial, as tiny amounts of sunshine exposure can help improve vitamin D levels.