Building Partnership For Learning

In embracing 21st Century learning, awareness and participation of all parties in relation to the learning outcomes of learners are crucial. For parents, the challenge is connecting their aspirations for their children to their learning activities in schools. For teachers, the challenge is engaging students and parents in ways that connect them to real world experiences. For children, the opportunity is to experience the sophistication of 21st century learning and teaching in an environment that foregrounds fun and childhood instead of testing and assessment.

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PHYSICAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Outdoor learning is gives permission for children to take a break from being confined in the classrooms and to their seats – the outdoors lets children run around, climb, jump, crawl, and just fully express themselves with little to no limitations. Unlike the indoors, children are exposed to the sun when they are outdoors and it causes them to sweat a lot more. Sweating itself has many health benefits such as eliminating toxins from the body and increases blood circulation. Natural sunlight also offers many health benefits such as vitamin D which has been shown to improve brain function. Children are also able to do more active, rigorous activities when they are outside such as riding a bike or playing football. These activities will eventually cultivate healthy hobbies and develop children’s interest in sports.

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MUSIC AND SINGING

As parents, you know that children are very interested in nursery rhymes and songs! With the simple nursery rhymes and songs that are just plain fun, a lot of aspects are enhanced which makes these two are important elements that parents need to include while homeschooling their preschoolers.
From Humpty Dumpty, Wheels on the Bus to Peter and Jane and Itsy Bitsy Spider, there are the nursery rhymes and songs that are able to enhance the cognitive development of the children (due to the repetition of words and sentences), speech (able to discriminate different sounds and develop learning ability), reading (excellent foundation for young ages literature materials), language, creativity and many more aspects to be enhanced from songs and nursery rhymes.
So, are you ready to indulge yourselves and your children in reading nursery rhymes and rocking your body while singing songs?

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ART AND CREATIVITY

Creative thinking is a way of looking at problems or situations from a fresh perspective that suggests new or original solutions. It can be stimulated both by an unstructured process such as brainstorming, and by a structured process such as lateral thinking.

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