Cooking is a fun and engaging activity for children.
Hands-on cooking activities help children develop pride and confidence in their
skills and abilities. Being able to follow a recipe can encourage children’s self-direction and independence, while also teaching children to follow directions and use thinking skills to problem solve. It supports children’s physical development through Chopping, squeezing, spreading, and mixing, These are all cooking skills that help develop small muscle control and hand- eye coordination.
Cooking inspires children’s curiosity, thinking, and problem solving, offering new
opportunities to make predictions and observations. Additionally, cooking offers opportunities for children to understand and apply their knowledge of measuring, numbers, and counting.
Work out Wednesday – P.E
Physical play includes activities and dance routines to music that use physical movements to allow children to use their energy, and it gives children the chance to develop gross and fine motor skills, learn new things and socialise. Physical play also benefits a child’s health.
During french lessons children learn simple phrases and words such as please, thank you, their colours and numbers. The also learn through song, learning a new song each term such as head, shoulders, knee and toes.
Diddi dance is a funky preschool dance classes for girls and boys! Diddi dance helps enhance children’s endless energy and enthusiasm through funky, full of fun sessions that build confidence, co-ordination and creativity.
Each fun packed 45 minute dance class uses action songs, dancing games, fun exercises, hoops and dance ribbons to our own funky pop songs, your little one not only improves their rhythm and co-ordination but also social and gross motor skills.
Dance themes are changed every 6 weeks exploring 16 different styles – everything from salsa, disco and jive to hip hop, Bollywood and country – so there’s something to cater for all tastes! Classes follow a structured plan, yet are taught in a relaxed atmosphere where your child can learn at their own pace as their confidence builds.
It is designed to complement and enhance the Early Years Foundation Stage framework.
This activity helps to strengthen children’s fine motor muscles to enable them to develop their pencil grip which in turn will help to develop their writing skills. But most of all its fun!
Dough disco involves moulding dough in time to music and performing different actions such as rolling it into a ball, flattening it, putting each individual finger into dough, rolling it into a sausage and squeezing it.