Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Learning Application

How do I help children if they don’t know what to do in the application?

You can encourage them to try different things and experiment - it's alright if they don't know everything, exploration is part of the learning process.

What do I do if a child wants to play more but the playtime is up?

This is good! It means the child is interested. Explain to the child that they get to play again tomorrow; this will become a routine over time.

One child doesn’t want to play anymore, but there’s still playtime left. What do I do?

That’s okay; the daily playtime doesn’t need to be used completely.

One child hasn’t played for a couple of days and is behind. What do I do?

This is alright, the children don’t need to be exactly on the same day in the application. If you want, you can give the child a bit more playtime until they catch up to the rest of the group.

Playful Lessons

Can I use the children’s mother tongue during the playful lesson?

Yes, you can. However, we suggest always trying in English first (and using gestures).

Some children are very shy and quiet. How do I make sure I include them?

You can direct questions specifically to them so the more energetic children aren’t always talking. However, if a child doesn’t want to answer, that’s alright too – never force the children.

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