By - Dale Wyngaard

Imagination is king

Imaginary play is the most important component of play that children can experience. It helps to develop and bring out their creativity and builds up their skills on an emotional, social, cognitive and physical level. Dr. Gail Gross says that this kind of creativity, if allowed to blossom, is the same creativity that helps the scientist to discover new cures

By - Dale Wyngaard

Spring flowers at Die Bron Primary in Stanford

Young children love to be creative. They are natural artists and enjoy playing with colour on a piece of cloth or paper. This month the children who are attending our Early Learning Program at Die Bron Primary created beautiful spring flowers on round paper serviettes.   Exposing young children to painting activities with different tools such as brushes, sponges, feathers

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