Building Skills + Enhancing Lives

Learning through Play in our Therapy Room at Die Bron Primary

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Our early learners had fun in the first term of this year. We all enjoyed working and learning inside our new space at Die Bron primary in Stanford. The first term was filled with activities around the theme of color and Body awareness. We worked with lots of movement activities including bean bags, ball skills and games for the SENSES.

The Senses are the base for all Perception and all learning. In our program we are focusing on stimulating young children through the Senses and give a variety of sensory input to enhance the base for all learning which is Perception.  Before children can learn how to read and write they need to learn how to interpret the world around them through their SENSES.

We can see every square meter of the planet on Google Earth. But there is no substitute for that sensory experience of going out into the world and discovering things for yourself. Tim Cope

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