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We usually choose themes that accompany us for two or three weeks. We also try to pick up on the current theme in our various weekly activities such as bilingual support, handicrafts, singing and song signing circles, cooking, preschool, sports and promoting spatial perception.
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We are special because we use bilingual-bimodal communication in everyday kindergarten life and offer intensive support in this. This means that we communicate with each other in spoken language with sign language support (LUG) and in German Sign Language (DGS).
Once a week, the picture book cinema also takes place bilingually-bimodally. The children are divided into groups for the offer depending on the communication needs and are specially supported.
The children always have free access to various craft materials during the daily free play phases. They can paint, cut, glue, string beads or similar.
However, we also have a fixed craft activity at least once a week. Through handicrafts, the children learn to develop creative ideas and to put them into practice. Imagination is trained and the children's fine motor skills are improved. The children are occupied with one thing over a longer period of time and this promotes perseverance and concentration.
Overall, this is a good and very important basis for a relaxed start to school.
Once a week, divided into two blocks, preschool takes place for our older children.
The goal of preschool is to make the children curious about school and to take away their fear of the upcoming change.
The children get to know first letters, learn how to write them and which words start with the letter. They practice dealing with numbers and quantities and they do many tasks that promote logical thinking. They also practice work organization and handling work materials.
Songs in sign language
We work on the content of the songs in our singing circle with the help of objects, so that the children can playfully expand their vocabulary in signs and spoken language here. Singing along with the sign songs also trains visual perception and the accuracy of signing as well as memory skills.
In some songs, instruments are also used, so that simple rhythms can also be practiced. In this offering, the children are divided into small groups according to their communication needs and hearing status.
With the help of spatial position perception, objects are perceived as behind, in front of, above, below, and beside themselves. Thus, it is about the perception of space, the relationship of an object to the observer. Children with disorders in spatial perception can be unsteady and clumsy in their movements, which disturbs the entire locomotor system, thus also the execution and perception of gestures, writing or reading letters and numbers. For example, children without good spatial and positional perception often write mirror-inverted.
With the help of many different games and worksheets we promote the space-position-perception.
Cooking promotes the handling of mostly healthy food.
Fine motor skills are trained, the "reading" of pictorial recipes and sequences is practiced, and vocabulary is expanded.
But most importantly, children love cooking and especially the one-to-one situation.
On the birthday, the birthday child bakes his or her own birthday cake - or even his or her own birthday pizza.
We try to move a lot in the kindergarten. In addition to the weekly sports program, we often play movement games in the morning circle and play outside a lot.
Because: Sports are important! It promotes motor, cognitive and social skills. Perception is sharpened and the self-confidence of each individual is strengthened.