At this age children learn to develop gross motor skills through movement. Children are emotional and spontaneous, but need consistency and rituals.
When we play story-telling games with children we encourage the power of imagination.
From baby to Tiny Tot
With their play skills growing, our Tiny Tots are no longer babies.
- start using toys not only for the obvious purpose, e.g. a block can also be a telephone
- start to play a role and adhere to it, e.g. one becomes a mother and takes care of her baby
- understand that their play partner is real but can take a role
- start to construct play environment
- understand that lay action connects multiple operations, such as: drive the car, get a flat tyre, drive car to place to be fixed
- learn to improvise life episodes
- know that role-playing prevails.