Early childhood care, development and education studies reveal that learning for children must come in a variety of situations. With the young ones’ shorter attention span, their immediate need to discover the world around them using all of their five senses, and their strong imagination, the usual classroom dynamics of being seated for a long time and merely listening to the teacher spew out information just would not suffice. These are just three of the reasons why art and play are crucial in early childhood education, as they create a more robust experience for learning. Continue reading
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