Monday, November 6, 2023

Benefits of Morning Work

Shadow matching is important to help children identify objects without acute detail and color. By focusing solely on the shape of an item, such as a letter, an animal, or another familiar object, your children can focus more on an outline rather than other details.

Finish the Drawing helps children with visual analysis, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

Find and Color is an important cognitive skill that teaches a child to notice similarities and differences and how to categorize. It helps develop order, visual perceptual thinking, and memory skills.
As a result, children learn the concept of sequencing, which indirectly prepares them for early literacy and numeracy development.
Color by Letter
  • The primary skill your toddler will hone during this activity is letter recognition in addition to 
  • Color Recognition, Fine Motor Skills, Concentration and Focus and Language Development.

Numbers fostered in the home and classroom also might influence future developments in number and math skills. A strong foundation in number sense can also help children develop problem-solving skills.
Recognizing shapes not only helps children identify and organize visual information, it helps them learn skills in other curriculum areas including reading, math, and science
Upper case and Lower case Letters
Teaching lower case letters and their associated sounds first makes it much easier for children to learn to read. Most writing is done in lower case letters with just a few upper case letters so it's best to be most familiar with the lower case letters.

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