What a better way to start our day than with pretend play.
Through pretend play, children learn to do things like negotiate, consider others’ perspectives, transfer knowledge from one situation to another, delay gratification, balance their own ideas with others, develop a plan and act on it, explore symbolism, express and listen to thoughts and ideas. They loved making their favorite dish in pretend kitchen.
Sand is an amazing tool for building children’s sensory skills as well as social skills. Margot, Lola and Stella loved interacting with each other and making sandcastles.
Girls enjoyed playing peekaboo in the cubby house. It was so beautiful to hear giggles and laugh from there.
With Cindy we had a big group time. Children sat with her engaged in singing and reading.
We had so much fun dancing, drawing and exploring the nursery room.

Have a good afternoon everyone and see you tomorrow! 

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