I would recommend mainly to cook are playing & fun activities for self. This has the advantage of can be done both at home as well as at school also. An adult can get children reading to some funny story, & a way to make them to participate, asking them to explain to understand or follow the sequence of the story with dolls. These children in this way would give them complete freedom to decide who will represent each character in the story. This type of game explorer & allow them to be creative while encouraging teamwork. Also the to cook with an adult will allow the child to practice reading recipes & follow a sequence so that way will reduce impulsive. he children will learn in this way to be patient & learn to wait while seamlessly blend the ingredients & the oven heats. There are many appropriate games to teach them self preschool children. Besides serving fun to learn to listen, & self control their bodies & minds, this will also serve to learn to follow directions. Centers could make recommendations libraries have audio books that encourage children to continue to listen & move from one page to another. Also the building blocks it requires that the preschool child builds thus leaving to decide that develop their imagination.
The constructing of a building may facilitate them look & feel proud to have built it themselves with their ow hands. The microsystem is the most immediate level it develops the child, & this usually is the family. All this results in environmental or set of structures, in which the human being develops from birth. Bronfenbrenner categorized these into four levels as follows: the microsystem, the mesosystem, the ecosystem & the macrosystem, the chronosystem & the balloon system. As always in the growth & education of the child’s parents have a lot to seethe parents of the children. The communication parents & teachers is very important, because parents should be involved in the development of the child, in learning, team up with teachers as a reward it will bring, bring the child to the field that we want this.
Reference: Bojczyk, K. E., Shriner, B. M., Shriner, M. (2012) Supporting Children’s Socialization: A Developmental Approach. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.