Finger-Painting With Toddlers And Pre-Schoolers

All toddlers and pre-schoolers love to finger-paint. They love the feel of the paint on their hands and they love being messy. Finger-painting for kids isn't just fun, it's also important. By engaging in this activity with your children, you can teach them about colour recognition and how to focus and you can also learn a lot about their emotional state by allowing them to engage in this form of self-expression. It can also be therapeutic for children, a way for them to vent their frustrations. Toddlers and pre-schoolers often get frustrated because they don't have the vocabulary to properly express how they're feeling or what they want from you, which often leads to temper-tantrums. Finger-painting tends to have a calming effect precisely because of the messy, almost destructive way in which the painting gets created. It's a release and similar to the one that some adults get from breaking something in a moment of rage, except that it doesn't result in something being broken but in something being created. So, if you are one of those adults who allow their temper to get the better of them, you might benefit from this activity as much as your child will.

School for Autistic, Children with Special Needs

Children are the angels of God and the ones having special emotional, physical and learning differences are the ones that need extra care and love. Some of them have difficulty in communicating in our education system and get along with their peers and friends. In such circumstances, special educational institutes are recommended for the parents to send their child to.

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