Wednesday afternoon, fun activities are available for children of 4-6 years. This allows them to decompress and take a break in the week through various workshops.
Museum visits, shows, movies, bowling, outings in nature, etc.
They allow children to:
- Discover their surroundings (forest, museum, and park)
- Generate interest in the performing arts
- Respect the rules of living together outside the structure (traffic, behavior)
Gardening – From seed to plate
The child observes the seasons, nature (planting in February/March, planting in the ground in our garden, watering and harvesting, etc.)
He or she learns to be careful, to handle carefully, to protect.
Allow children to:
- Play with each other, using an adult as arbitrator
- Follow rules
- Discover new games
- Address the concepts of mathematics (Triominoes, dice games, etc.) or reading (Scrabble) in a playful angle
Board games promote body language (mime) and develop memory (Memory, Chicken Cha Cha Cha, etc.).
The kitchen allows you to:
- Follow a recipe step by step, in accordance with an order
- Measure quantities
- Promote motor development (mixing, kneading, breaking eggs)
- Observe transformations (liquid – whipped cream etc.)
- Share and enjoy a meal together
- Discover new flavors
Arts / Do-It-Yourself
This is the time to:
- Discover new techniques
- Give free rein to imagination
- Be free in creation
- Recycle objects
- Manipulate objects and various materials
- Stimulate creativity
What do the children think about it?
Ismael: “I loved going to the zoological museum: we even saw a whale jaw.”
Raphael: “I loved going to the cinema because it was with my friends.”
Gibril: “I like to win games. It’s great because we learn a lot of new games.”
Clement: “I loved making pizza, especially eating it!”