Child sized activities
Every activity or `work' is presented in such a way as to maximize the child's ability to be autonomous, successful, challenged, but not frustrated. We adults often forget that with each new day in the life of the young child comes with countless new experiences and stimuli that can easily overwhelm him. By slowing the pace down and simplifying complex tasks we motivate the child to tune in and engage. The work generally isolates one specific task. Activities are child sized and logically arranged with all the needed pieces. Learning materials are rotated and are graded or sequenced to meet the changing developmental needs of the group.