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Parents and our Playgroup Practitioners

We believe that the role adults play in shaping a child’s mind, especially through the early years, is crucial. Our playgroup practitioners work very closely with parents in understanding each child’s unique needs to ensure that our children learn in positive and significant ways.

In doing so, we build a bridge between parents and playgroup practitioners that is unwavering and strong to nurture our young children to be the best versions of themselves.

To a child, the heartbeat of learning is play The more children learn through play, the more their natural motivation to learn will thrive throughout their early childhood.

This is the Chelsea Promise.

A little magic can take you a long way.

~ Roald Dahl ~

THE MAGICAL EFFECT OF PLAYING WITH TOYS

  • Children need to play with toys so that they can explore, manipulate, learn to problem-solve on their own or with guidance.
  • Learning takes place in a fun and creative way where they will also learn to share with one another and take turns to play.
  • Children need space to move about, equipments like balls for them to throw and houses for them to crawl inside.
  • All these help to develop their gross motor skills which are essential for their development.

THE MAGICAL EFFECT OF FINGER PLAY AND RHYMES

  • Finger Plays and action songs are captivating to a child.
  • Finger Plays and Rhymes come to life during circle and large group times as preschool children show word meaning through simple actions and finger movements.
  • Preschoolers develop memory and recall skills as they sing and recite the songs.
  • Fun action songs help children develop an understanding of rhythms of both speech and music.
  • Finger Plays and action songs can also help build a child’s vocabulary and aid in language development.