Children display their abundant creativity through
dramatic play, music, and art. Creative activity
develops imagination and independence, and fosters
Children develop their large motor skills, such as running, jumping, throwing, and kicking. They also practice coordination skills needed for writing, drawing, cutting, and other activities.
The above activities ensure that the child’s physical, emotional, social, linguistic and intellectual needs are met, thus supporting the holistic development of each individual child. This will support when moving from toddler hood into “childhood”.