Pre-school child development - learning in the early years.

Does learning to learn beat the three Rs?

Learning to learn; developing skillsMentis-XL believe that 'learning to learn' is the best way forward in child development in the Early Years. Learning to learn activities will help your pre-school child develop abilities to understand and assimilate the knowledge that will be provided once they go to school.

To assist your pre-school child in 'learning to learn' we have produced a unique child development programme. This is not just  an educational toy, it is designed for pre-school children in the Early Years Foundation Stage

Our early learning programme is aimed to help children learning to learn how to read, write or do arithmetic by utilising a structured series of activities to encourage movement skills, thinking skills, social skills in children aged three to five.

Learning these skills will enable your child to develop and equip him or her for entry into school.

On our website is information relating to this programme and a sample video showing the type of exercises we are trying to encourage parents to try.

If you want to watch children learning to learn then please view the video - or click here for further information.

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