Working in our garden provides opportunities for our hearts to express our sense of caring for something. Watering the garden, digging, and picking flowers are ones of the many possible concepts learned while gardening. Studies show that when children have contact with soil like digging and planting, we have improved moods, better learning experiences, and decreased anxiety.
During our learning experiences in the garden, Hudson is observed to be keen in practising his cutting skills. Manipulating a pair of scissors requires a coordination of a complex series of actions - positioning them, opening and closing them, as well as focusing.
Creating stacked stones, of different shapes and sizes, art is one of the many ways we encounter with nature. Vivaan responds to an invitation "how do rocks balance?". Through trials and errors, he carefully arranges and rearranges till they stabilize.
Some days Vivaan and Felix naturally tend to gravitate toward active play. With all our pent-up energy, this is a fun and simple way to get ourselves active. This physical experience also empowers our physical abilities and capacities. And it shows us how to interact with others as we learn the bounds of other people. Similarly, this physical experience is a form of social interaction that helps us shape relationships.
Through working together Felix relates, communicates, and collaborates his intentions to Vivaan. In this sense, they learn to respect each other's needs and share ideas to work as "construction workers".
Approaching Elie to assist him in carrying a long log, Felix agrees to develop his sense of trust. Together they figure out how to place one end on his bike and another end on Elie's. Moving together, without dropping the log off the bikes, has completed their journey of transporting it.
We too are excited to express our heartfelt thanks to our Dads. I love my daddy because ... by Laurel Gaylord storybook helps us understand about illustrating the reasons behind the love feeling itself.
A descriptive language means a detailed description of a person or place. When we describe something in the descriptive style, it can help us to think about how it affects the sense.
Providing us with frequent opportunities to describe in a detailed manner enables us to naturally build up more complex language constructions. For examples, when we are prompted by the following questions such as "can you tell us more?" or "what makes you think of that?".
Luna describes the ways she expresses her love for her dad whereas Fides explains the reason why he loves his dad.
Hudson, in his own way, responds to the question by describing what he is working on with LEGO pieces.
Transferring our thoughts onto artworks offers us ways to converse descriptive language to others. We frequently hear exchanges of open-ended questions or statements throughout.
Descriptive conversations empower us to explicitly defining, carefully listening, looking at the person who is speaking, and asking and answering questions.
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