Activities at Pallavi Kidz

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Pallavi Kidz, the top Play Schools in Hyderabad, makes the children to learn Fine motor skills and Gross motor skills. Fine motor skills are the substructure which the children need afore they learn handwriting, to have an opportune pencil grasp and control of an inditement instrument. They avail children perform paramount tasks like grasping toys, feeding themselves, buttoning and zipping apparel, inditing, drawing, and more. The competency to complete self-care and everyday tasks avail a child’s self-esteem and confidence to increment.

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Kids Activities (2 or 3 Years)

Kids of 2 or 3 years of age at Pallavi Kidz, the Top Play Schools in Hyderabad, are developed with fine motor skills to the point where they can engage in all kinds of play activities and functional tasks that let more they’re exposed to fun fine motor skills activities, the more they can develop their skills. Fine motor skills activities can be so creative and fun that the kids won’t even know how hard they are working as they play!

Some great activities to help build your child’s fine motor skills are:

  • Clay molding
  • Paper tearing
  • Sandpit
  • Stringing beads and straws
  • Finger painting, etc.

Kids Activities (3 - 4 Years)

As your 3 to 4 years old attention span grows and more verbal skills develop, they will be better able to follow instructions and express their own needs and thoughts. They also develop gross and fine motor skills.

Gross Motor Skills: Most 3-year-olds can walk a line, skip or gallop, and walk backward. They can conventionally catch a ball, pedal a tricycle, and jump with two feet.

Fine Motor Skills: By age 3, kids can conventionally dress themselves with a little assistance, wash and dry their hands, and turn pages in a book. Most preschoolers can hold a writing instrument with their fingers.

Once they develop the motor skills of grasping a pencil, they will be ready to face the writing challenges. They learn printed fonts of both upper and lower case alphabet and numbers.

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Temper tantrums are on the rise around this age as your child learns to deal with stressful situations. Though your 3-year-old may insist on independence, they find it difficult to deal with frustration when allowed to try something on their own. They start to understand emotions, both their own and others around them. Use feeling words in conversations with your child, such as sad, mad, and happy will help in building their emotional vocabulary makes it easier for your child to learn how to use their own words to express themselves.

Kids Activities (4 - 5 Years)

At the age of 4 – 5 years, the child at Pallavi Kidz, the top Play Schools in Hyderabad, uses his alphabet knowledge and learns form words, sentences, numbers, number names, addition, and subtraction. The child is also introduced to second languages at this stage.

Rhymes, Free play, Creative Activity, and Story time play a major role in the social and emotional development of preschoolers. Singing, as we say, is the food for the soul. But when children tap their feet to the tune of the rhymes, they not only feel the joy and happiness; they unknowingly learn the language as well in a fun way. Yes, in the child care curriculum, music is used worldwide as a powerful tool to enhance children’s linguistic skills, cognitive skills, fine motor coordination and many more. Our brains remember language better when it is set to music and that is the reason we all remember our childhood rhymes and songs, even after decades. Little do we realize, that when children sing, they practice the language by pronouncing words and putting together sentences. They learn to remember information when they memorize the lyrics and do actions along with the songs. Those motions help them practice fine-motor coordination. When children move their fingers with the beats of the music, they learn to control their hands and fingers which is an important skill for writing and handling small objects. Music also helps in enhancing the emotional quotient in children and strengthening their social skills. The benefits of adding music and rhymes in pre-primary education increase toddler’s sensory development, build coordination between body and brain while lifting the mood.