Activities for Preschool at Home and interdisciplinary experiences offer children the opportunity to meet the needs of different learners and get ready for formal school.
Parents can encourage multi disciplinary learning by talking with children about their questions and by interacting with children when they are participating in different activities.
Moreover, according to research on interdisciplinary teaching, experts suggests that combinations of domains helps meet the needs of different types of learners.
To illustrate, we share activities for Preschool at Home blog to introduce interdisciplinary lesson plans.
Our activities provide young children with opportunities to experiment with art materials, introduce new vocabulary words, investigate and work with various tools, processes, and media.
In addition to that, this approach allows children to use imagination and offer opportunities to develop self-discipline, foster thinking skills and creativity.
Looking for an idea on how to integrate STEM, the arts, and literacy?
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What you need:
1-) Super Tempera poster paint or finger paint Plastic table top
2-) Large sheets of paper Cover sheet, newspapers, or paper towels – for clean-up.
How to do it:
1-) Pour small amounts of paint in trays. Press your hand in the desired color.
2-) Press on paper to create your masterpiece.
Here are some ways you can introduce different skills:
Looking to learn new vocabulary words? How about learning the different parts of the flower?
Looking for ideas on how to introduce math concepts? Introduce shapes, sizes, and measurements.
Looking for ideas on how to introduce science concepts? Discuss color, shape, structure, balance, space, texture, and mass or volume.
In summary, activities for Preschool at Home section offers interdisciplinary lesson plans to develop skills across the preschool curriculum.
From social-emotional skills, such as sharing materials and cooperating on projects, to language and pre-literacy skills, to introducing science concepts, this art activity can enhance various content areas.