“Let’s Do it Again and Again”
It’s an amazing day for little Amethyst and Skittles. Energetic little children reviewed number 1-5 with enthusiasm as they jumped on the number mentioned by the teacher. In this activity, their repeated exposures with numbers are good because repetition provides the practice that children need to master new skills. Repetition helps to improve speed, increases confidence, and strengthens the connections in the brain that help children learn.
To keep them engaged and develop their motor skills, they traced numbers in their own little way.
What made them happy? Hearing a story about a chicken who laid golden eggs. This sparked their interests. It’s about learning how to count and identifying another animal.