Kindergartens in different countries have their own advantages
Experts suggested that the main function of kindergartens is to provide a variety of toys and places for children to play and cultivate their team spirit.
What should a good kindergarten environment look like?
Kindergartens in the U.S. In kindergartens in the United States, children usually sit around in the morning, and teachers take them to do routine attendance and talk about the weather.
Then, share fun things with them at home or school.
Later, the children will learn simple math, such as how many windows are in the classroom.
After lunch is reading time, the teacher will read the storybook to the children, and then let them draw pictures and do the crafting based on the characters or plots in them.
In kindergartens in the United States, children are exposed to life through play, and improve their basic cognitive and language skills. At the same time, kindergartens are the primary stage of learning and getting along with others.
American kindergarten teachers pay more attention to cultivating children’s good habits of sharing things with others, such as not being able to dominate toys, sharing good food with others, and being polite.
英国的幼儿园 在英国幼儿园的课堂上，老师很少用讲课的方法传授知识，而是以小组和个别辅导为主，宝宝可以自由选择做点心、玩电脑、学画画或者玩各种游戏，通过Gain knowledge and develop skills through your own operations and exploration.
All teaching methods fully reflect the child’s concept of “subjectivity” and conform to the psychological characteristics of the baby.
For example, when reading a story book, let your baby dress up as a character to interpret the story, understand the plot, and experience the emotions of the characters; when explaining the meaning of “floating” and “sinking”, let the baby place plastic sheets, iron sheets,Use paper to observe; use entertainment software to let the baby recognize the shape and quantity on the computer through games, learn to play chess, walk the maze, etc . fully satisfy the baby’s curiosity and let them experience the fun of exploration.
During the activity, the teacher never emphasized the uniqueness of the answer. As long as there are reasonable factors or imagination for the various explanations proposed by the baby, they will give a high evaluation.
Educational objectives of British kindergartens: 1. Cultivate language skills, independence, and creativity.
2. Develop the ability to listen, observe, discuss, and experiment.
3. Pay attention to the cultivation of interest and personality, and pay attention to the all-round development of ability.
4. Focus on thinking and imagination, and fully display yourself in an open environment.
5. Cultivate the concept of love, forge a confident personality, and exercise social skills.
Kindergartens in France combine early childhood education with family education, which is a feature of early childhood education in France.
The kindergarten’s curriculum, environment arrangement, and activity arrangements are not the kindergarten’s final decision. Instead, they fully listen to the parents’ opinions and discuss the decision with the parent committee. As young as each baby is at home and in the kindergarten, the teacherAll use the parents’ pick-up time to communicate in time so as to better coordinate with each other in education.
Introducing painting and art activities into teaching is their usual method.
By using different materials and tools to draw, hold puppet shows, role-playing games, etc., develop your baby’s various abilities in language, emotional expression, artistic expression and creativity.
Science and technology activities are an aspect that they attach great importance to, and continue to strengthen as the baby ages.
The baby understands the attributes and characteristics of things, and understands the relationship between things in the activities of making, disassembling, and repairing the hands of the brain.
Educational objectives of French kindergartens: 1. Improve the balance and coordination of the body.
2. Develop oral expression skills to be able to correctly express your thoughts, emotions and needs.
3. Actively interact with teachers and peers.
4. Develop artistic performance and creativity, and improve aesthetic ability.
5. Develop the spirit of free exploration and independent creation.
6. Obtain superficial knowledge and skills related to science and technology.
新西兰的幼儿园 幼儿园注重让父母和社区的其他人员一起参与到教学过程中，使得宝宝在家庭、社区、幼儿园不同的环境里，通过与不同对象的交流，来认识自己是“社会”中的一份子And understand that regardless of gender, ability, age, race, social background, etc., you should be respected, and you must also respect others.
Educational objectives of New Zealand kindergartens: 1. Physical and mental health, emotional well-being, safety, and avoidance of injuries.
2. Adapt to the daily life of the “small society” of kindergarten, and be able to judge right and wrong behavior.
3. Comprehensive learning and comprehensive development.
4. Fully develop your personality and learn from your peers.
5. Develop language communication skills and non-verbal communication skills, and use different methods to create and express.
6. Learn through active exploration and gain control and confidence in your body.
7. Learn to think and reason, and understand nature and society.
Kindergartens in Austria Austrian kindergarten teachers make full use of materials such as fairy tales and space worlds, allowing babies to spread their wings of imagination by playing fairy tale characters, self-made fairy tales, and making space travel games.In the comparison between imagination and reality, the baby also mastered the method of rational comparison.
There is a special manual room in the kindergarten with tools such as planers and saws for babies. There is a special kitchen with equipment suitable for babies.
In the game-like labor, the baby not only improved his hands-on ability, was confident in his ability, but also had a perceptual understanding of social work.
Austria is a “music country” and places great emphasis on music education, as do kindergartens.
In order to cultivate the baby’s sense of music and rhythm, it is required that the music teacher must play the guitar, and at the same time the teacher must also know at least one other instrument.
But knowing music education is not forcing children to learn, not distorting children’s nature of free development for learning music, and there is no way of “urging” children to learn music (including musical instruments).
The two of them combined painting and poetry appreciation, and encouraged their babies to create a trilingual nursery rhyme for their own drawings, sculptures, and woodcut works, and recite them.
These seem to be things the artist does, but to the baby, he is competent for such creative work.
Austrian kindergarten’s educational goals 1, develop imagination and rational thinking ability; 2, develop hands-on ability and form self-confidence; 3, use music as a basic literacy, stimulate interest in music, cultivate a sense of music and rhythm; and develop other artistic skills.