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Authored by Learning Matters and Shruthi Sharma, marketing intern Authored by Learning Matters and Shruthi Sharma, marketing intern We live in a world that is constantly changing. Tablets are replacing textbooks, smartphones are replacing libraries and social media is replacing face-to-face interactions. While some educators are against this change in classrooms, the truth is that
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Authored by Learning Matters for Skola Toys Motor development is the development of the bones and muscles and the ability to move around, control one’s body movements, as well as manipulate things in one’s environment. There are two types of motor development- gross motor development and fine motor development. Actions such as running, jumping, throwing,
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#vc_row_7 .section-content-container{padding-bottom:50px !important;margin-bottom:50px !important; } Authored by Learning Matters for Skola Toys What is sensory exploration? Any activity or experience in which children use the five senses - sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch, constitutes sensory exploration. Young children take every opportunity they get to touch things around them. Infants put every objects they can
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Authored by Learning Matters for Skola Toys The importance of pre-writing The height and weight of preschoolers is meticulously tracked in order to monitor their physical development. But, what about their literacy development? Sadly, many do not recognise the critical impact that pre-writing skills have on children’s literacy development at later ages. What is pre-writing?
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Authored by Learning Matters for Skola Toys “Five little monkeys jumping on the bed, one fell down and bumped his head…” “One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, shut the door…” “Five green and speckled frogs…” “There were ten in the bed and the little one said - roll over, roll over…” Since time immemorial,
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