Toddlers are great imitators: they like to do what you do and say what you say. That’s why role playing is an effective tool for teaching 2 - 3 years-old a variety of behavioral and learning skills. The best thing about role playing is that toddlers see the process as one big game. And we know that learning is at its best when it’s just plain fun.-->Read more HERE.
One of Abg SN's latest imaginative and pretend play is to be a TEACHER/SENSEI to mommy & daddy. Dia siap ambik balloon stick tu, lepas tu tunjuk dari A-Z sambil tanya mommy & daddy "kore nanda?" (what's this?).
+- Cikgu SN : what letter is this? -+
If we dont know the answers, Cikgu SN will give out the answers to us. But sometimes, ada jugak yang dia pun tak tahu apa words tu, anak murid pulak kena ajar cikgu ekekeke.
+- CIikgu SN : tengok betul2, jangan main2! -+
Imaginative or pretend play, stimulates the senses, creates opportunities for exploration and creative thinking, and helps your child to develop key skills vital for intellectual and emotional growth as well as social success. Here's Abg SN's (at the age of 3 years 1 month old) video during the pretend play as a teacher session.
+- Multilingual teacher : English + Malay + Japanese + Kelate *garang pulak tu, ngajar siap guna kayu tunjuk merah ehehe* -+
#Translation Jap-English :-
Neko = cat
Inu = dog
Tamago = egg
Kitsune = fox
Wakaranai = I don't know
Owari = Finish
Owari = Finish
Pssssttt : nanti adik SN Jr lahir , confirm dia pulak kena paksa untuk jadi student Abg SN eheh
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