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Play-Group

Children aged 2 to 3 years.

A "Play-Group" program curriculum typically focuses on early childhood development through play-based and experiential learning. The content usually includes a variety of activities designed to develop social, emotional, cognitive, and physical skills.

Language and Literacy Development

  • Storytelling and Read-Alouds: Introducing children to books, stories, and rhymes.

  • Vocabulary Building: Simple words and phrases, recognizing and naming common objects.

  • Songs and Poems: Singing nursery rhymes and simple songs to develop phonemic awareness.

  • Picture Books: Looking at pictures and discussing them to enhance comprehension.

Social and Emotional Development

  • Group Activities: Encouraging sharing, taking turns, and cooperative play.

  • Role-Playing: Activities like playing house, shopping, or other pretend play to understand social roles and responsibilities.

  • Emotional Expression: Activities that help children recognize and express their emotions.

Creative Arts

  • Drawing and Painting: Exploring different mediums like crayons, watercolors, and finger paints.

  • Crafts: Simple crafts using paper, glue, and other safe materials.

  • Music and Dance: Exposure to various musical instruments and simple dance movements.

Environmental Awareness

  • Nature Walks: Exploring the outdoor environment to learn about plants, animals, and the weather.

  • Gardening: Simple gardening activities like planting seeds and watering plants.

Cognitive Skills

  • Shapes and Colors: Identifying and naming basic shapes and colors.

  • Numbers and Counting: Introduction to numbers 1-10 through counting games and activities.

  • Sorting and Matching: Activities involving sorting objects by size, color, or type.

  • Puzzles and Games: Simple puzzles to develop problem-solving skills and hand-eye coordination.

Physical Development

  • Fine Motor Skills: Activities like drawing, coloring, cutting with safety scissors, and playing with clay or playdough.

  • Gross Motor Skills: Activities that involve running, jumping, climbing, and playing with balls.

  • Dance and Movement: Simple dance routines or movement games to improve coordination and rhythm.

Sensory Activities

  • Sand and Water Play: Exploring textures and concepts like wet/dry, heavy/light.

  • Sensory Bins: Bins filled with rice, beans, or other materials for tactile exploration.

Basic Life Skills

  • Self-Care: Teaching basic hygiene habits like washing hands and brushing teeth.

  • Independence: Encouraging simple tasks like dressing up, eating, and tidying up toys.

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