2 YEARS – 2.5 YEAR OLD
Is your child aged between 2 years and 2.5 year old? If so, then the Kuri series is for you.
The Kuri Series will develop your child’s imagination, creativity, train their memory through various activities, teach phonics and much more.
The Kuri Series will begin to develop their core skills with phonics and letter usage, increase their imagination and creativity through pretend play activities and train their memory through various games and critical thinking activities.
Each month your child will be exposed to new material that builds upon the previous weeks and months. Below are just some of the exciting things that will be shipped to your home each month.
- Each month you will receive 4 videos that are added to your online account
- You will receive a full colour workbook. The workbook has been designed to:
- Teach you as a parent how to better teach and help your child learn
- Engage and help your child learn
- Follow along from the videos reinforcing what has been shown
- Help your child continue to love learning
- They will also receive a variety of hand selected products to further develop what is shown on the videos
How do the lessons work?
- Each lesson follows a similar pattern – Consistency improves learning and behaviour.
- Each lesson builds upon previous lessons. Some things will be repeated again and again helping your child better learn.
- Parents should sit with their child and play along. (Do not do the activities for your child, but with your child)
- Each episode will cover various topics lime below:
- Image training
- Fine motor skills
- Language activities
- After watching a video, parents should sit with their child and do the corresponding week in the workbook
- Along with the workbook parents are encouraged to use the products
By using the workbook and products along with the videos your child is exposed to the same information in different formats. This is very important to their education. Children will learn must faster when they get to experience it in different formats. Some things cannot be taught through a video. Things like fine motor skills need to be done through hands on activities.