Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Pumpkins, Blocks, and Corn

She is doing one-to-one coorespondence, a great cognitive skill.

This is a classic example of spacial awareness, another cognitive skill.

Even our youngest toddler is learning his spacial awareness.

An older toddler is playing with a younger todder. He is using
his words to communicte his ideas. The younger toddler is
following his direction. Both are working on their language skills and
social skills through play.

The sensory table is not only a fun place to be, but many things are learned.
Early math/spacial skills are discovered through filling and dumping the corn
with the measuring cups. The toddler's social skills are also improving by the
sharing of space and materials with each other.

Science, Science, Science!

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