Children are naturally curious and thanks to this curiosity they can gain new experiences, develop, achieve goals and achieve success. However, it is extremely important to ensure that this curiosity is stimulated from an early age, not inhibited, and given the opportunity to experiment. Therefore, in our kindergarten we undertake a number of activities to contribute to this. Children can take part in various activities, including sports, language, creative, artistic, concerts, theater performances, etc. Thanks to this, they have the opportunity to develop their skills and interests.

Curiosity is a feature related to learning new things, especially those that fall within our area of interest. The most important thing in all this is that the way of conducting classes constitutes a natural stimulus for the child to learn. Thanks to this, you can constantly try new things and draw conclusions, not only from your successes, but also from the mistakes you make.

So how to stimulate children’s curiosity? Our teachers prepare classes in a very inspiring way that are consistent with the core curriculum. They introduce sports games that improve concentration. Children can also perform many tasks on their own, they have the opportunity to test new textures and dirty substances, paint with their fingers, and perform chemical experiments. At the same time, an interesting addition to this are unusual holidays, during which you can learn many new things and they are presented in a very fun and accessible way for children.

Sometimes it is enough to ask children a riddle or give them a problem to solve. It turns out that even a preschooler will try to complete the task and look for possible solutions. And the more independence we give him in this area, the greater the likelihood that he will remember not only the conclusions, but also the way in which he reached the goal.

So let’s make sure that children can develop their curiosity. Let’s support it, not block it.