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Early learning with colors

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We are offering our early learning program currently at die Bron primary, Masakhane primary and Funimfundo pre school. The aim is to stimulate grade r children on all levels of development towards school readiness. We work with small groups of children enhancing perception, sensory awareness, fine and grossmotor skills as well as conceptual understanding. Over the past term wehave worked with colors and understanding the concept of color through visual stimulation, movement , painting and play. The children learnt about base colors and what happens when mixing colors , making new ones. Color touches our soul and we learn and grow by understanding our environment through all the senses. Many thanks to our collaborators funders and the wonderful children , teachers andparents we work with in the framework of this early learning program.

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