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Practical Life Activities

Practical life activities such as sweeping, polishing, and pouring invite children to imitate ‘adult’ activities as they gradually build their abilities to care for themselves and their surroundings.  These activities build motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and control of movement.  Most importantly, children exercise the independence and concentration essential for future learning.