WORKSHOP FOR PRESCHOOLERS (Ages 3 to 5 years)


LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMS and WORKSHOP  FOR 3 - 5 YEAR OLDS     

Childology has developed workshops for children of different age groups keeping in mind their uniqueness and the exact nature and level of skill & knowledge absorption that children of each age group are capable of.



Early Development And Enhancement Of Cognitive Skills

Early Development And Enhancement Of Cognitive Skills

Extensive research has confirmed that early stimulation is very crucial to cognitive development in children as it is not just genetics but also the environment that influences brain development to a very large extent. The foundation for development gets laid during the first three years of the child’s life, but the preschool age is when stimulation becomes most critical as it is the age of maximum language, social, motor and cognitive development. This is the age when children become curious and aware, begin to ask questions and understand concepts like shapes, colours, size, numbers, letters etc. Their language becomes richer and refined and they not just begin to appreciate listening to stories but become very good storytellers themselves! Their abstract thinking and problem solving skills begin to develop and they develop the ability to solve easy puzzles, like mazes, find the missing pieces, odd man out, what comes next etc. Therefore, early exposure to challenging age appropriate stimuli is crucial as a child’s early experiences determine how he/she will function later in life.

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Management Of Emotions And Social Skills Building

Management Of Emotions And Social Skills Building

Managing a preschooler’s temper tantrums is every parent’s nightmare. The preschool age is the age of impulsivity, impatience and instant gratification of urges. At this age, a child begins to show a more varied range of emotions, some of them being happiness, sadness, pride, jealousy, anger etc. If the child does not learn to deal with these emotions effectively at an early age, it could also hamper his social functioning. The preschool age is when children begin to understand ‘friendships’. They start playing cooperative games with one another and begin to develop the concept of ‘favourite friends’. Their relationships with their family members become better defined and they start understanding the different roles that different people play in their life. If children are not taught how to handle their emotions well, they may resort to aggressive means. This leads to many problems in school and at home and may lead to rejection by peers, social isolation etc. Therefore, helping a child identify his feelings and manage them properly as well as building his social skills at an early age can pave the way for good inter personal relationships in later life.

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Importance of Play In Development

Importance of Play In Development

Jean Piaget, the renowned Swiss developmental psychologist once said, “Knowledge arises neither from objects nor the child, but from interactions between the child and those objects”. Play always has been and will always be the universal language of children. Every child, irrespective of age, race, culture and education instantly lights up when given play activities and all worries and sorrows are forgotten momentarily. But many of us fail to understand that play is much more than fun and games. It comprises of many elements that are essential to a child’s growth and development. Play can be indoor, outdoor, structured or non structured. The right kind of play activities help stimulate children and exercise their brain cells. It is the most effective way to teach children concepts and skills and can help develop and strengthen cognitive, social, language and motor abilities. It helps them be their creative best, lets their imaginations run wild and can even help them learn to resolve conflicts. With today’s changing lifestyles, regular outdoor play not only ensures good health and fitness but also provides an outlet for children to dissipate their excess energy, frustrations, anxieties etc. Therefore, play should no longer be treated as just a means to while away idle time, but should be looked upon as a vital instrument for children to learn more about themselves, others and the world.

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Developing Creativity

Developing Creativity

Preschoolers are a bundle of energy and enthusiasm. They are curious and eager to explore and experiment. They are constantly in need of opportunities to help them unleash their creative energies. Every child is a treasure trove of creativity in himself/herself. And if this creativity is not identified and nurtured at an early age, it could lead to some priceless talents and skills never being utilized. Therefore, the key is to expose children to different creative outlets and see in which way they choose to express themselves. Today, the options available are innumerable and every child is sure to find his own personal niche, if given the opportunity in time. Be it through song, dance, art or craft, enabling a child to express himself creatively can also indirectly promote all round development. It gives the child a feeling of achievement and confidence, a sense of independence and control and much more. It also helps in generation of ideas, it stimulates one’s imagination and facilitates out of the box thinking. This in turn improves problem solving and decision making abilities and keeps one’s mind sharp and alert. Therefore, developing creativity at an early age is a very vital part of the all round development of a child.

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Enhancing Language and Communication Skills

Enhancing Language and Communication Skills

Most of us tend to look at preschoolers as babies who are not yet capable of expressing their feelings and sharing their thoughts with us. But in reality, they are people who are experiencing, learning and feeling new things every day and are looking for opportunities and guidance to help them translate their experiences into words. Children are trying to communicate with us all the time through their actions, movements, eyes etc. Therefore, it is very important to be understanding and respectful and approach them as people who are capable of sharing thoughts, feelings and concerns through actions as well as words. Only then can we build a foundation for a lifetime of healthy communication. Children also need to be taught about the importance of listening as it is one of the most important aspects of communication. Effective listening leads to effective language development and good language skills make it easier for a child to express himself well. This also gives children the confidence to communicate with others which in turn results in better inter personal relationships. Therefore, equipping a child at an early age with the tools necessary to communicate effectively can help a child be confident and secure and this in turn leads to
good social and inter personal skills.

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