KIDS ARE LIKE SPONGES.
They absorb everything.
But merely imparting knowledge isn’t sufficient for their growth. They need to develop the ‘skills to learn.’ There has been a growing emphasis on nurturing values, social and emotional competencies and fostering positive learning disposition to establish the foundation for character development, lifelong learning and thriving in a rapidly changing and complex world.
So how do we go about cultivating this skill for learning, developing a positive disposition, building character, and nurturing concerned citizens of tomorrow?
Aesthetic and Creative Expression such as drama, music and movement, serve as a bridge between children’s bodies and minds. They tap into children’s innate joy and creativity, providing a foundation for deeper and more meaningful learning experiences.