Learning in the Centres

It is for you!

The teacher who wants to try new centers that will expand learning opportunities for the young children in her classroom. The teacher who understands that children learn best in an active environment which they can identify with.
Young children are interested in the world in which they live; centers are symbolic representations of their world.

In this “center world” they can try out many ideas and re-arrange happenings to fit their level of understanding. They can build their confidence and begin the believe that they are capable learners.

In centers, small groups of children work together, enabling children to interact more frequently than in large groups. Children work cooperatively, while getting immediate response to their ideas, communication, and work.

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