Creating playful opportunities for effective Concept development
As rightly said by John Dewey “ Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and doing is such of demand thinking; learning naturally results”
Children are natural explorers. The Inquiry model allows and encourages children to investigate and inquire in their natural environment. Like scientists , they do ‘experiments’ and observe intently the smallest of creatures and complex processes. Concept building is something in continuous formation through choice of action. Suitable environment and well put problems create audacity of imagination. Play and exploration promote brain development and children get opportunities to explore their world in their play. Thus extending child’s concepts, skills , attitudes and achievements.
Take a peek at our little explorer curiously making observations in the lap of nature . There can’t be a setting more perfect than this where learning happens so fluidly and joyfully