Children’s physical development is crucial during the years spend in pre-primary education. Children need both their fine and gross motor skills and their eye-hand coordination, balance, physical coordination, awareness of space, and sense of direction to carry out simple daily chores and more difficult ones like sports and playground games.
Children are still developing their aesthetic sense through activities like exploring various art forms and developing an enthusiasm for creativity, dance/theatre and musical endeavours.
Pre-Primary school students learn best when they receive emotional and social support. By fostering a good and encouraging learning atmosphere in the classroom, teachers assist their pupils to develop abilities like self-concept, self- control, life skills, self-help skills, expressing feelings, and accepting the sentiments of others.
Cognitive and linguistic developments are crucial for pre-primary students because it helps them express themselves clearly and thoughtfully. At this age kids grow more perceptive and pick up knowledge from their observations. While linguistic abilities cover pre-reading and pre-writing skills. Viewing, listening, speaking, reading, comprehension, vocabulary growth, and pre-literacy abilities. Examples of cognitive talents are pre-numerical and numerical concepts, pattern identification, measurement, sequential reasoning, critical thinking, problem solving and concept understanding.