2013-01-14 10:13:07 - Who doesn’t like to be enchanted? During one magical hour on January 26th 2013 at 2 p.m. at the globegarden childcare center in the shopping center Metalli, children and parents can dream of foreign places, princes and princesses, dragons, ghosts and brave knights – because it is Story Time. Children up to the age of 8 years are welcome, accompanied by an adult.
Children who are in daycare at the bilingual childcare center at Metalli spend time each day dressing-up, playing, making crafts, dancing or singing. Role plays about the brave little tailor, sleeping Beauty, trolls or hobbits are fun for the children and help them develop in a playful manner. One advantage of such role plays is that children can learn about current topics by independently acting in the group. The children‘s identification with characters from made-up or told stories by acting them out is an important part of this.
The pedagogic carers at the globegarden centers in Zug know about the meaning and importance of role plays for the children’s development and support this development in many ways. Role plays have a
positive effect on language development, reduce inhibitions of speaking, let children feel a character and promote the development of empathy and the processing of conflicts, and therefore, children’s resilience.
Children from age 3 months to 7 years are welcome at the globegarden centers in the city of Zug and are cared for from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. or in a shorter time model. The nursery offers daycare for babies and nursery children, as well as Kindergarten.
Interested parents can receive more information on:
Internet: www.globegarden.org or www.facebook.com/globegarden
Telefon: 044 536 55 32 oder 043 243 06 49
The not-for-profit organisation was founded in 2008 in Zurich. The group is a member of Erfolgsfaktor Familie and the Network Kinderbetreuung. The organisation is certified for the quality management of daycare centers based on ISO 9001 with the seal of quality International Education Excellence. The pedagogic principles are characterized by supporting early childhood basic language learning and consider development of personality as well as the social, emotional, cognitive and kinaesthetic development from infancy.