How to teach basic hands-on skills to kids? | How to join, use a screw driver & seal a leaking hole?
- Identify different hands-on skills used in daily life.
- Learn to use double-sided tape and a screw driver to build a miniature table, chair and a table lamp
- Learn plumbing to seal a hole in a water can using clay
How natural is your ability to learn hands-on? Has your child facilitated their mind to float in its imaginative, to explore things about themselves that they didn’t know they were capable of?
One of the most applicative grades of all of school, 2nd graders are motivated to bring out their imaginative and crafty sides! Butterfly Fields now brings to you a practical learning kit that explains to students just that – with the edge of practical learning, experiential understanding, and firsthand experience!
With this kit, students will be able to perform the following activities:
- How to identify different hands-on skills used in daily life.
- Students will learn to use double-sided tape and a screw driver to build a miniature table, chair and a table lamp
- They will learn plumbing to seal a hole in a water can using clay
Hands-on learning skills are quintessential to the skillset of 21st century implementation, knowledge, applicative learning. By using resources of this kit, students that belong to the 2nd grade will learn to apply the critical concepts of their syllabus by using our interactive, knowledge-giving and fun-filled projects that will enrich their educational experiences whilst also boosting their perseverance, lengthen their span of attention, build in them a sense of accomplishment, and increase their curiosity as well as inquisitiveness. When students are egged to develop self-reliant thinking at the tender and formative age of 2nd grade, these lessons will be instrumental in enhancing a students’ critical and out-of-the-box thinking.