It appears that research is now supporting what early childhood education have been saying for years. That is, positive early experiences forge the foundations for lifelong learning and behavior. Scientists now believe that to achieve the precision of the mature brain, stimulation in the form of movement and sensory experiences during the early developing years is necessary (Greenough & Black, 1992; Shatz, 1992)
At Naturekids, a lot of effort and thought process have gone into planning and delivering brain stimulating activities. These efforts involve researching, planning and preparing the lesson materials and activities to continuously provide optimal brain stimulation to the children. Most importantly is our involvement in the learning process as their observer to monitor the effectiveness of what we've prepared for them.
Brain Stimulating Activities : Sensory Play
It will not be fun if there is no mess, hence most of our activities ends up with continuous cleaning up of the mess. Our job would only be successful if we can deliver fun activity with maximum brain stimulation for the children that can only be visible through their bright smiles, intense excitement and participation.