Multisensory Approach in teaching is the simultaneous stimulation of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile to enhance memory and learning. A multi-sensory approach, also referred as “hands-on approach” implies that students learn best when information is presented.
Experiential learning is unstructured, without rules or time limits, and involves little adult guidance. Children are allowed to learn naturally, on their own terms and learn through exploring, experiencing, crating, discovering relating to and interacting with the world around them.
Building Cognitive Skill.
Cognitive development allows preschool-age children ages 3 to 6 years old to develop their own questions about the world around them and how it works. Preschool-age children learn by playing, listening, watching, asking questions and doing things for themselves.
Language development is a critical part of child’s overall development. It supports child’s ability to communicate,express and understand feelings. It supports thinking and problem-solving, and developing relationships. Learning to understand,use and enjoy language literacy.