Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Imagine this!

 Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children.  Play also offers an ideal opportunity for teachers to engage fully with their children.   Play is a child's way of engaging in making sense of the world. Role-play might appear to be a very simple activity, yet with it, young children learn practical life skills such as dressing themselves, how to cooperate and share with others.  Here at the Academy we are stimulating our brains to test out different ways to enhance the imagination of children. We made everything out of cardboard boxes!

               We are working at the Ice Cream Shop!
We are working at a pizza shop!
I'm ridding across the Sea!
Can I take your picture?
I'm washing my clothes like mommy does at home!