Preschool is the grade level of children to openly accept the learning provided by the teacher. Although there are some people who consider the concept of using worksheets a futile way to apply to children, worksheets remain a standard tool for many schools to provide lessons to preschoolers. With the worksheets, children can have evidence of lesson achievement from school. In the worksheets, there are also many types that can adjust by lesson.
Using worksheets is sometimes assumed that the teacher is too lazy to invite children to do activities that contain lessons. This is because some teachers also have different understandings of the worksheet. Worksheets are used as teaching tools, not tools to work on together. Yet to make worksheets, teachers need a lot of consideration whether the contents of the worksheets can provide new lessons to children. If you are a capable teacher, of course, you have methods that can maximize the function of worksheets in preschoolers. For example, you can work together on worksheets in class and make him practice at home with the worksheets.
One tangible form of a teacher's efforts to maximize the worksheet is to make it an activity. The trick is, you can give an explanation of what the purpose of the worksheet is and help the children finish it. After completing the worksheet, you can search for activities that are comparable to the work process on the worksheet. For example, you can make a board game that involves numbers because the worksheet that is being worked on is teaching about numbers. Make a board game that can be done by all children in the class.
If you hear the word worksheet, of course, you also have heard the word workbook, right? Although complementary, these two things are something different. Worksheets are papers that contain tasks for children to do. Whereas a workbook is a collection of various worksheets and made into one package, namely books. When sold, worksheets and workbooks are sold differently. Some sell the same worksheets (1 worksheet that is duplicated a lot), and some sell workbooks (a collection of various worksheets). So do not get confused when buying it. Adjust to the learning needs of children, okay?