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Eager Elephants 3 years-4 years

Physical Environment:

The classroom is set up with various learning centers to engage children in different activities such as dramatic play, block building, art, sensory exploration, and reading corners. Furniture and materials are child-sized and easily accessible to encourage independence and exploration.

Curriculum and Activities:

The curriculum focuses on play-based learning, where children learn through hands-on experiences, exploration, and social interaction. Activities are designed to promote cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Teachers often incorporate themes and interests of the children into the curriculum to make learning meaningful and engaging.

Social and Emotional Development:

Children learn important social skills such as sharing, taking turns, cooperating, and expressing emotions in a positive way. Teachers provide a nurturing environment where children feel safe and supported to develop a sense of belonging and confidence.

Cognitive Development:

Activities are designed to stimulate cognitive development, including problem-solving, critical thinking, language development, and pre-math and pre-literacy skills. Teachers incorporate activities that encourage exploration, experimentation, and discovery.

Physical Development:

Children engage in gross motor activities to develop coordination, balance, and strength. Fine motor skills are developed through activities such as drawing, painting, cutting, and building with blocks.

Communication with Families:

Teachers maintain open communication with families through daily reports, newsletters, parent-teacher conferences, and informal conversations. Families are encouraged to be actively involved in their child's learning by participating in classroom activities and events.

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