Kindergarteners learn best by active, hands-on exploration and discovery. They make sense of the world by experiencing it physically which is facilitated at “Curious Kids”
Children in kindergarten are more mature in both their thoughts and actions. The kindergartener can usually follow directions from the mentors and focus on tasks.
Experiences like playing with blocks, recreating patterns on paper helps kindergarten children gain basic skills. They use these basic skills later in their school life when they’re asked to solve a math problem, conduct a science experiment, read a book, or write a story.