Toddler Vs School

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Toddlers and school-age children are both in early childhood, but there are several differences in daycare activities. Toddlers and school-age children are at different levels of physical development. Since toddlers are still improving their fine motor skills, they need teachers’ help for outdoor activities. They cannot zip up their jumpers and put on their shoes by themselves. On the other hand, school-age children have fully developed not only fine motor skills but also gross motor skills, so they can prepare for outdoor activities by themselves. Moreover, teachers’ role in art activities is different. Teachers should introduce and guild art material for toddlers. In addition toddlers need enough time to explore each material because they
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