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Observation Skills

Language: English

Instructors: Pepkidz

Why this course?


Summary of the lesson 


In this session, the child will learn to be more observant of their surroundings and environment. A very subtle storyline about two siblings and a lot of activities are embedded in this session to develop keen observation skills. This skill helps the child to gather information about their surroundings and others emotions to communicate effectively, in any situation.


What your child will learn 

  • To observe their surroundings & memorise information needed 
  • To observe and understand patterns
  • To understand monetary value of things 
  • To understand different colours ,sizes of objects and differentiating between them 

How is it going to help your child 


This session will help the child to observe keenly, concentrate on the surroundings and absorb information. Honing observational skills also helps in understanding subtle emotions and expressions in behaviour, conversation, and communication in any situation.


What to Expect 


Expect your child to be curious to observe and explore more things around. They will try to pick from options for themselves and make small decisions. They will observe minute changes in behaviour and feelings easily.  


Parental Role & Play 


DISCUSS:  Sit with your child and ask them about what all they have observed in a day- in school, at home, in the playground, etc. Build the curiosity in the child about objects or people that they see. Try to tell them more about these things and discuss it with them.

SENSES: Help your child use different senses by engaging them in different activities with you like active listening, observing emotions,etc. 

MEMORY: Play memory games with the child, encourage them to read books and visualise the stories, talk to them about their favourite memories.

ENCOURAGE AND APPRECIATE: Encourage the child to observe their feelings/ emotions and things around them and appreciate them when they tell the same.


Psychology  Insight 


Kids begin to form explicit childhood memories around the age of two years, but the majority of these memories are still implicit until the child is about seven years old. The early childhood period (birth through age 8) is essential in acquiring memory development.

Research suggests that parents have a lot of control over their children's recall ability. Parents who talk a lot to their children and give them details are more likely to have kids who recall memories easily. Engaging children in conversations about their day and adding in emotional facts can be helpful.


Our uniEQ method & Tools


Explore with Parent Fun | Creative Worksheet | Observation Journal


Featured Quote 


“To acquire knowledge, one must study;

but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.”

― Marilyn vos Savant 


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