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Quotes - Good reminders 

Reading Together

It's those positive little things that you tell your dear children that will help them to continue to flourish so please continue to praise every bit of effort!

Nadia B4 big school 

Every child learns at their own pace so lets respect this by finding out how each individual learns!
 
Building resilience in young children (reminding them that things aren't always to go their way), is almost as important as helping them to remember to breathe (take a deep breath) and remind them that everything is going to be okay - as we successfully lead them into the big world which awaits them!  
 
Dig a little deeper and find out more about your child's interests and help them follow their dreams by simply listening to them and providing the with the relevant materials!
 
​Without realising, each time you read to your children they are learning new words, gaining a new understanding and meaning about their world, so keep sharing those great story books!
 
The surrounding environments play a huge role in your child's life so ensure this to be; a safe, respectful, intriguing, and nurturing one!

 

The children's lives .....

Needs to be filled with a good balance...A life filled with, play/fun, creativity and learning. 

Children are constantly waiting for more and more....Why don't we give them more? through an engaging learning environment based at their level and sometimes challenging their level.


"Some structured learning is quite essential for the children's growth...Remember they just need a good balance!"

Make learning fun....

Imagine it

Design it

Write about it

This is a great teaching method...Try it!!

Young Engineers
Painting Stones

Support my Creativity....

"I am a young explorer the more opportunities you give me, the more I learn about myself and the world around me." 

 

Creativity also teaches problem solving skills, helping the young children to overcome the fear of failure & the fixed mindset.

 

If we support creativity at an early age, we can overcome barriers linked to emotional-cognitive growth.

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