We enhance the child's ability to learn and solve problems. This is the preoperational stage of a child. The child begins to represent the world symbolically.
We develop child's ability to interact with others, including helping themselves and others and self-control.
We push the child's ability to both understand and use language. For example a five-year-old learning to say "feet" instead of "foot”.
A. Fine motor skill
This is the child's ability to use small muscles, specifically their hands and fingers, to pick up small objects, hold a spoon, turn pages in a book, or use a crayon to draw.
B. Gross Motor Skill Development
This is the child's ability to use large muscles For example jumping, hopping and running.
Children are introduced to computers and by the end of the pre primary phase they are comfortable with using computers as a learning medium.