Encourage children to develop their mathematical skills. Build & play: Stimulate children to experiment with various building and construction materials.
Children create their own world to explore the world around them. They improve their self-confidence by acting out their own role play. By playing and copying daily activities, children practice different social skills.
Encourage children to become storytellers and capable readers. Listening to stories and playing party games are ways to stimulate a child’s vocabulary.
Active Play involves providing opportunities for young children to be active and interactive; and to develop their co-ordination, control, and movement.
Creative Play involves enabling children to explore and play with a wide range of media and materials, as well as providing opportunities and encouragement for sharing their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of activities in art, music, movement, dance and role-play.
Child-sized furniture will help children to learn, explore and move around with self-confidence. They will become more independent, which is important for their overall development.
Books are an ideal way to introduce young children to the joys of reading. Sharing a book will help to increase a child’s vocabulary and introduce them to the process of reading. Download the book catalogue (pdf file) and get a good overview of the books we are able to deliver. Sales conditions apply on all sales
At Chameleon Resources, we believe in teaching through play. Our mission is to make educational play-based products available for early years’ development in Rwanda. We focus on three main groups of play-based learning: mathematical play, role play and language play. Playing stimulates young children to learn in a natural way. By learning through play they develop specific, important life skills. We want to make sure that every education stakeholder (teachers, parents and local community) understands and uses our materials for educational purposes.
We proudly delivered our toys and games for a nursery school near Ruzizi, Rwanda sponsored by a former VSO colleague and she shared this great post on facebook.