Summer camp:Day-6

 

Group Name: Skittles

“It’s Tea Time”

What a spectacular way to start the week!
it’s  Summer Tea Party at WhiteFields Nursery.Little children love to dress up and attend parties.It’s the best time where they meet new friends and get acquainted.
That’s all well and good, but the real fun, for all of them,was decorating their own cupcakes Being in-charge gave them the sense of fulfillment which can be seen through the sparks in their eyes.Of course, everyone’s favorite is pouring the tea, not just for themselves but for others.
A tea party can be a wonderful experience for children of all ages, especially when combined with lessons on history and manners.
“Water Transfer”
Can you transfer water from one tea cup to another tea cup blindfolded?The excitement of the summer tea party heated up with the game ” Water Transfer”The boys and the girls competed in this game activity.The first to have more water to transfer in another tea cup while being blindfolded win the game.The girls beat the boys and won.It may seem like only a game but lessons about science,math and some skills were merged in this activity.The fun never end for  little Skittles as they sang and danced the song “I’m a Little Teapot”
Great start of the day,keep it up Little Skittles!

Group Name:Pollys
Tea Party for Little Pollys.
The amazing and active little pollys started the day with a very interactive, fancy and full of fun tea party.
A tea party can be a wonderful experience for children. Children will learn to focus on manners, and how to behave during tea and how to give a proper etiquette.

It’s good to teach children etiquette and manners, and a tea party is an excellent way to teach them. Children are taught to ask politely for a cup of tea, using ” please” and ” thank you”.

Playing tea party has been a fun childhood activity since the 1700’s when high tea become a much desired social activity in Britain. While it may seem like simple child’s play, this time honored activity can help in the cognitive, social, physical and emotional development of children. Children will begin to learn social norms, manners, etiquette and sharing. Both gross motor and fine motor development is practiced in the simple act of holding a tea party. They work their fine motor coordination with pouring, stirring and handling plates back and forth. The development of their muscles will help with more complex games and activities as the child grows. Tea party activity encourages children to interact with other children in a safe way. This practice play helps children learn how to get along with others, share and talk to each other. It’s a great and wonderful experience for the kids.

Group Name:Seattles
Tea Party Time!
We set up a tea party in our dramatic play area. The children gathered around the table and prepared their tea. They passed around the goodies like cupcakes. They used tea pots pretend pastries, and real ceramic tea cups. The children love to serve each other with trays of food and cups of tea!
Social development!
This basic type of play can be so incredibly beneficial to children as they are just beginning to learn social norms, manners, etiquette and sharing. The gross motor and fine motor development is practiced in the simple act of holding a tea party. Not only do children spend time setting up the table and chairs (gross motor) but they work their fine motor coordination with pouring, stirring and handing plates back and forth. The development of these muscles will help with more complex games and activities as the children grow.
Lemonade art!
They made their own lemonade juice as they could design it. Kids were given materials and a sample to follow suit. This helps hand coordination.

A Great kids’ party indeed!

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