Creativity is the freest from of self-expression.
It is the act of turning ideas into reality.
At Kinderville, we believe that there is nothing more satisfying and fulfilling for our students than to be able to express themselves openly and without judgment.
Not all children are comfortable expressing their emotions. Not all children vocalize their thoughts. Therefore, encouraging lil’ ones to creatively express themselves in any form that fits their personality is often liberating for them.
In our schools, students often work together to create plays, puppet shows, and role-play scenarios. It allows them to work in teams and get to know their peers. They develop hidden skills and hidden talents.
We learn to be creative by experimenting. We love exploring new areas on field trips, jumping and running around freely during our picnics at the park and, of course using our imagination to push all boundaries.
Listening to music, singing, learning rhymes, show and tell activities as well as circle time sessions boost language expression and comprehension.
Activities such as play dough time, pre-math skills (concepts of less and more, groupings and classifications as well as physical properties of objects), messy play fun and dress up days promote a child’s cognitive development.