* Social: Help them develop relationships with other children and enjoy participating in group activities.
* Emotional: Teaching them that others have feelings and learning how to express their feelings appropriately.
* Physical: Help children develop both fine and gross motor skills and build their muscle tone and strength through active play.
* Language: Teaching speech and vocabulary development
* Cognitive: Help children develop their imaginative and memory skills as well as teaching them critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making skills.
When it comes to the quality of childcare, it is my highest priority to help your child(ren) become enthusiastic learners. This means encouraging them to be active and creative and not be afraid to try out their ideas and think their own thoughts, By letting them learn at their own pace and through a variety of hands on activities, I believe that not only will they become better learners, but it will give them a good sense of self confidence that they will carry with them throughout their education careers.
The activities that I plan for the children and the way I speak to the children are all based around these 5 areas of development, which I feel are essential to helping them become the best individuals they can be.
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