Your child is advancing from infancy toward and into the preschool years. During this time, his physical growth and motor development will slow, but you can expect to see some tremendous intellectual, social, and emotional changes. We at Little Wonders have just the right activities to engage these curious and busy minds.

The importance of preschool activities which enhances the quality of learning are listed below:

  • Social skills or social interaction. The very first thing a child witnesses in a preschool is the number of students and teachers.
  • Time Management.
  • Physical development.
  • Emotional ability.
  • Rational or thinking skills.

Preschool-age children are staunchly independent. They understand the world, and their place in it, and for that reason, much of their play at this age is self-driven and structured. We know that “Preschool age children are striving for independence in everything they do,” Owner says. “Parents will often notice that they insist not only on choosing their clothing but putting it on all by themselves. For that reason, we have the right resources and activities for our preschoolers to introduce solo activities, like puzzles, magnetic tiles, LEGOs, and tower building.” That said, it is important to note that preschoolers need socialization. It is key to their development. During winter we have trips to the playground and park are great ways to encourage this as are games like tag, red light/green light, and Simon says.

We at Little Wonders provide kids with ample of opportunities for kids to enhance these skills through various theme-based learning activities:

  • Art and Craft Activities
  • Reading and Writing Activities
  • Numeracy Activities
  • Social Skills Activities (Group Based learning)
  • STEM Based Activities
  • Activities that enhance cognitive skills
  • Hands on Learning Activities
  • Songs, Dance and Movement
  • Playdough
  • Puzzles and Magnetic Tiles
  • Construction Activities
  • Legos
  • Physical Development
  • Drawing, Coloring and Painting
  • Circle time
Preschool 1
Preschool 2