Children's differences and similarities are aspects that form their self-identity. As we celebrated the child, we embraced not part, but the whole child. Their development continues as their facial features, footprint, handprint, height, how they manipulate materials differently, culture, and language enhances, and they continue to grow and develop in other areas.
Children learn through hands-on experience and discover ways to navigate their environment. As they manipulate materials, they develop interests in specific activities, centers, or with manipulative toys. Our next project will be to observe on the areas in which the children display interest and are gravitating toward that particular area.
As we engaged in conversation and interacted while celebrating the child event, we shared and built a warm class community. Thank you!