Our children’s days are packed with different games and activities! We try to give our little ones a mix of games, each with the aim of helping your child improve different skills. Learning is a priority at our schools, however we also organize games to help improve the children’s communication skills, physical development and especially imagination.
Here are some examples of games we’ve played with our kids
During the week, children are engaged in different role plays. In these games, we encourage children to use their imagination and improve their communication skills with their classmates. We also introduce props to help the kids engage in the scenario we are trying to portray. Below are some examples of role plays we’ve carried out
Ice Cream Day
During this role play, the children were given imaginary money which they could use to buy ice cream from our makeshift ice cream stand, run by one of our carers. They could also choose the flavour of ice cream they wished.
Let’s Go for a Picnic
In this activity, the kids set up a picnic in the yard to enjoy some time in the sun. With the help of our carers, they also prepared some sandwiches and played games together.
This is an activity that all children really look forward to during the Summer season. Pools, slides and other water games are prepared in our yard for the children to enjoy. Children come prepared with towels and swim suits so they can enjoy cooling off. We try to hold water play sessions once a week, so that our little ones can enjoy summer activities and also release some of their energy.
We believe that physical activity is just as important as education for our growing kids. That’s why we give the children plenty of opportunity to play outdoors and release all their energy. We try to vary our activities during these sessions as much as possible. While all our kids love jumping and running around, we also include things like bike riding and obstacle courses to keep them stimulated.
During free play, children are left free to play with and whoever they like, whilst under supervision by our carers. We observe if children are sharing toys or if they prefer to play by themselves. During this time the children can use their imagination and communicate with the other children. The carers only interfere if children ask for help.