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Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary (在平凡中看到不平凡)

Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary (在平凡中看到不平凡)

– EtonHouse Shanghai Qingpu Maies Pre-School (新加坡伊顿上海青浦马雅思幼儿园)

Flour, fruits and vegetables are the most common and mundane ingredients in our lives. However, when our teachers integrate these ordinary ingredients into our teaching activities and carefully create spaces and environments to stimulate children’s exploration, providing rich exploratory tools and materials, we see the “extraordinary in the ordinary”. We will follow our Nursery children’s exploratory experiences, such as “Magical Flour” and “Fruit and Vegetable Trail Creation,” to listen and discover the hundreds of ways in which children express themselves.


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