What a change of weather we have seen this week! We have been spending lots of time outside where we release our bursts of energy. Whether it’s going for a walk around the community, testing our limits at the park, going trekking through the field in deep snow, puddle jumping, or balancing on the ice in the yard, we are always exploring outside of our comfort zones.
At two / three years of age there are still a lot of firsts we are trying out in the things we do. We are jumping at new heights, we are moving at different speeds, and we are testing out new theories we create. Outdoors provides us with many opportunities to challenge ourselves and we strive and persist until we succeed. When we are struggling, we aren’t afraid to ask another friend or an educator for help.
We see this in our indoor space as well through getting dressed to go outside, potty training, asking questions while we play, and asking for help. Educators play a big role in the way children persist and challenge themselves as well. We set up the mindful experience, we ask the engaging questions, and we share our challenging ideas. Facilitating play offers children to truly learn in their play.
- What is you child determined to do at home?
- What is something new your child has tried lately?
Have a fantastic and relaxing long weekend with your family and friends and we will see you tomorrow
Brooke, Jessica, and Paulette