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Visual, auditory and cognitive areas



A child can learn to run and jump quite independently if given enough opportunities to practice. A preschool child perceives objects around him holistically, that is, he does not pay special attention to parts and details, unless some part catches his attention with something striking. And this is the task of our education, that the child should learn to notice details.

  • Training memory, attention, speech (rhymes, poems, songs, telling a simple story, expressing an idea, asking a question)

  • Distinguishing similar objects, recognizing differences, putting shapes together from several parts according to the model and imagination, filling in the missing part

  • Finding specific things in a picture, distinguishing shapes against a different background

  • Distinguishing colours, shapes, sorting things by size or shape

  • Number relationships - the basis for forming mathematical phenomena is comparison

  • Orientation in time - activities according to seasons, as well as morning, afternoon and evening

  • Natural environment - what animals eat, how they move, what sounds they make, types of fruits and vegetables, identifying trees, weather

  • Knowledge (know my name, how old I am, understand common phenomena and connections, etc.)

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