Sessions 1: Loose Parts and Recycling
The pedagogical intention behind the use of loose parts is that when children are presented with everyday objects rather than toys, they are empowered to undertake their own learning.
Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. ’Loose parts play’ fuels the imagination and facilitates creative freedom. For example, cardboard boxes and fabrics can encourage dramatic play; children can create forts, tents, and costumes - they can become whomever they want in whatever setting they wish, and let their imagination soar.
Sessions 2: Water Explorations
Most children love to explore with water and there are a multitude of ways to experiment with it. Water explorations foster learning in all developmental areas. It provides opportunities for children to experiment with math and science concepts with the use of water in various containers of different sizes, which allows children to build awareness of volume, estimation, and measurement.
Playing with objects floating and sinking fosters problem-solving skills. Water play can also help enhance language development by learning new vocabulary, concepts, and sounds, and offers opportunities for literacy through painting and drawing with water outside in different areas, and from describing their experiences.
- Please make a check payable to The Purple Elephant Co., Ltd.
- Bank Transfer: The Purple Elephant Co., Ltd. Siam Commercial bank Bank, Thonglor Branch, A/C no. 042-3-06914-6 Swift Code: SICOBKTH
- Please ensure that your payment covers all Bank charges
- Email transfer slip to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent / Guardian
Parent / Guardian