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    Experiential Learning:

    Experiential learning refers to the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of the experience of the learner, who is at the centre of the learning process.

    Experiential learning is an innovative approach to education in which preschool students actively engage in relevant, authentic experiences that reinforce academic lessons or teach skills. 

    Physical Development:

    Physical development includes fine motor and gross motor development.

    • Fine motor development: Children engage in activities such as threading beads, puzzles, sorting, etc. which provide opportunities for hands-on reinforcement of concepts and skills that have been introduced in a whole-group setting.
    • Gross motor development: Active play is important for health and well-being and for the development of emotional, social, language and thinking skills.

    Creative/Aesthetic Development:

    Children are encouraged to explore the different interdisciplinary themes such as Physical Science, Social Science, Earth, and Environmental Science and Life Science. They observe objects with curiosity, explore cause and effect relationships and apply this knowledge to a new context.

    Theme teaching enhances children’s concept development because it integrates learning from many different curriculum areas simultaneously.