Creating different patterns, lines, textures and shapes, the children needed little encouragement to create marks using their fingers to draw in the flour, use balls for marble rolling, paint pebbles, leaves, wooden posts, and anything else stationary. Mark making is crucial for a child’s development and learning. It not only teaches young children how to hold a pen correctly, but it also prepares them for writing and develops their handwriting skills.

Enjoying our garden before the rain Friday, the children from toddler group used musical instruments to make sound, rode on the ride on toys and played on the climbing frame.

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