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Barn and Animal

“Play is the highest expression of human development in childhood, for it alone is the free expression of what is in a child’s soul.” – Friedrich Froebel

Dreams come alive as children explore and tinker in an authentic wooden barn.

Constructed from the same raw materials as an actual barn, children are inspired to create, pretend, and investigate areas of science, math, and language.


Multi-sensory play experience promoting:


sorting, graphing, categorization, number correspondence, understanding patterns, measuring, volume, compare and contrasting


Fine and Gross Motor Development

motor planning, motor execution, strengthen and develop small and large muscles through manipulating objects of different size and weight



vocabulary development, narrative development, skills necessary for problem solving, negotiation skills, cooperative play, pretend play, dramatic play, early literacy skills



biology, life science, anatomy, botany, collect data and make observations using simple equipment and measurement tools


Class Activities


Date : 06 Dec 2018

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