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Blocks: Children get a hands-on experience with designing architectural masterpieces and learn and solve real-world engineering problems using wooden blocks in various shapes and sizes. They learn about balance, tension, force, compression and it can be a good way in getting kids interested in science.

Meeghan Mousaw shares how just because a child has all the reading readiness skills to be able to read academically, does not mean that the child is socially/emotionally ready to read and learn in Kindergarten.

Circle Time, Pretend Play, Perennial, Story Time, Punto Croce, Perennial Plant, Larp

Blocks: Lego-everyone's favourite toy growing up. Children can let their imagination grow wild and build towers, towns, cars, people, the list could go on. These blue, red, green, yellow, white blocks teach basic math concepts, spatial relations and provide open-ended play to hone their fine motor skills.

Blocks: Lego-everyone's favourite toy growing up. Children can let their imagination grow wild and build towers, towns, cars, people, the list could go on. These blue, red, green, yellow, white blocks teach basic math concepts, spatial relations and provide open-ended play to hone their fine motor skills.

Blocks: These blocks are made of cardboard and very light and ideal for infants and toddlers. Children can nurture their creativity and imagination to create their own constructions into pretend play scenarios.

Blocks: These blocks are made of cardboard and very light and ideal for infants and toddlers. Children can nurture their creativity and imagination to create their own constructions into pretend play scenarios.

Blocks: Children can use these blocks of various shapes, colour and sizes in variety of ways. Such block activities promote vocabulary, grammar and help children in mathematical and reasoning. It gives them an opportunity to test and explore their ideas.

Every parent wants their child to reach their full potential in life. Learn how our elementary English builds a solid foundation for them.

Bead toss pickup game Yell out color beads to pick up and to put on string/stick and yell out different colors throughout the game. First person to get to end of string wins

Color Shapes, Knob, Maze, Fingers, Clock, Brain, Colours, Watch, Finger, Labyrinths, Clocks, The Hours

Play Houses, Pretend Play, Language Development, Problem Solving, Daddy, Base, Larp