Elephant and Zebra

In Let's Go On a Jungle Safari

for Toddlers

 Let’s take a look at the lives of an Elephant and a Zebra

Session Preparation

1. Intro Video

2. Expert Talk:  Role play makes your child smart!

3. Let’s Get Started:​ ​ Let’s get fit as we stomp our feet like an elephant, hop like a kangaroo and run like a cheetah.​

4. Learning is Fun:Count till 3 as we feed the elephant and zebra and learn all about them. 
5. Creative Expression and More:​ Do you want to know how a little Zebra lost his stripes?

 

  • I attempted to babble and pronounce ‘Elephant’ and ‘Zebra’.
  • I applied paint on my palm
  • I enjoyed the feeling of paint of my palm
  • I attempted to count till 3 along with the presenter
How to use this?

This is a development tracker that will help you identify your child’s skill and level of competency. You may want to revisit the KLAY @Home sessions if you think your child needs more time to hone the skills addressed in the sessions.

During Mealtime: Talk to children about the texture, smell and taste of the food that they are eating.  Encourage the child to also name what they are eating. ​

During the Day:  Encourage your children to talk about the animals they have seen and help them with their numbers from 1 to 3.​

Objectives of the week

We have an exciting jungle safari in store for all of you where we will take a look at the lives of some of our favourite jungle animals and learn all about them. 

Sessions of the week

Tue, May 19Elephant and Zebra
Thurs, May 21Monkey and Tiger
Fri, May 22Bear Tales

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