A wide range of equipment and opportunities, both indoors and outside, allows the children to gain confidence and enjoyment in the use and development of their own skills. Effective adult interaction and encouragement enables children to create and meet physical challenges, developing increasing skills and control in moving, climbing and balancing. At the same time, children are supported in the development of the fine motor skills required to use tools, including pens and pencils, and to handle small objects with increased control and precision. Topics encompassing health and personal awareness support children's understanding of how exercise, eating, sleeping and hygiene promote good health.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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