Meaningful hands-on experiences are essential to children’s learning because it helps children make sense of the world around them. As a result, study units must connect to children’s everyday lives within a socio-cultural context, while providing the opportunity for children to manipulate open-ended materials. This child-centered approach to learning is not only progressive, but it also provides the opportunity for reciprocal learning as children reach developmental milestones. Below are some great ideas that you as early childhood facilitators can implement in your lesson plans while considering classroom demographics from a cultural platform. Be creative, take cues from the children and have fun!!!
Lesson planning ideas around the holidays