Areas of Learning


Encourage your child to use her imagination and creativity to tell a story. This can be done verbally or through drawings. Ask them questions about the characters and prompt them to develop their stories.


Turn up the music and have a dance with your child. Let them choose their favourite songs and encourage them to dance and move freely. This is a great way form of exercise made fun!


Set up a designated area in your home for your child to create art. Provide a variety of materials such as paints, crayons, and paper. Encourage your child to experiment with different colours and techniques, and let him express himself freely.


Numbers are essential for everyday life such as counting, measuring, telling time and understanding money. Understanding numbers helps children communicate effectively to describe quantities, shapes and patterns. Numbers can help children participate in games and activities, such as counting or playing with money.