To use while classes are suspended during the coronavirus outbreak
What children learn does not follow as an automatic result from what is taught, rather, it is in large part due to the children’s own doing, as a consequence of their activities and our resources.
Loris Malaguzzi, the founder of the Reggio Emilia approach, understood that children develop from their interactions with people and the environment around them. The current measures in place to control the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong may prevent your child from going to their normal activities but need not slow their learning and development.
For the remainder of the CNY holidays and throughout the ongoing suspension of classes, Avendale’s team of professional early childhood educators will be sharing learning tips and activities that you can do with your child at home on the Avendale blog. While your home may not have the same teaching and learning resources as our school, with our tips and activities you can guide your child’s learning journey at home and keep their learning on track through this difficult period.
Starting next week, in addition to our blog posts, our kindergarten and pre-nursery students will receive exclusive and personally tailored learning activities distributed through their online accounts.