Children are born with an insatiable curiosity, a natural drive to explore and learn. It's in their DNA! At the tender age of up to 5 years, their inquisitive minds are like little scientists, eager to unravel the mysteries of the world around them. We believe in nurturing this sense of wonder and adventure, because we know that it leads to great discoveries.
When children ask questions, they embark on a never-ending journey of learning. Asking "why," "what," "when," "where," and "how" fuels their imagination and creativity. It opens doors to new possibilities and sparks their innate desire to discover and experiment. As parents, caretakers, and educators, we hold the key to keeping their curiosity alive and thriving.
So, how can we encourage this thrilling adventure of learning? By providing a safe and supportive environment that celebrates play and exploration. When we share their enthusiasm for the little wonders of everyday life, they flourish into confident and compassionate individuals. Yes, it can be challenging to answer their endless stream of questions, but it's worth it. It's through such support and stimulation that children become eager, lifelong learners.
At Dibber, we are passionate about nurturing these little scientists. We believe that children should have the freedom to explore, experiment, and learn at their own pace. Our learning friend, Woody Woo, accompanies us on exciting journeys indoors and outdoors, where we discover nature's marvels, unravel the mysteries of science, and explore the wonders of the animal kingdom.
We provide a safe learning environment where children are free to make mistakes and learn from them. Through hands-on experiences and classroom learning, we foster a deep connection to nature, community, and the environment. We empower our children to understand their role in society and become compassionate, environmentally aware individuals who make a positive impact on the world.
Join us in unleashing the power of curiosity, nurturing the joy of learning, and shaping kind-hearted, inquisitive minds. At Dibber, every day is an exciting adventure waiting to be discovered!
Students' questions: fostering a culture of inquisitiveness in science classrooms - Christine Chin
The Case for Curiosity – Susan Engel