How can Gymboree promote children’s cognitive skill?
04:05 | 20/11/2013



It seems to me that Gymboree is a place where children have lots of fun and physical activities.  How can it promote children’s cognitive skill?


This is an excellent question and we're glad that you asked.  In fact, Gymboree offers young children variety of fun way and learning opportunities to enhance their whole development. 


There are varieties of fun activities promoting young children’s cognitive skills. For example, in play and learn classes, sensory activities help children understand their body and spatial awareness, pretend play scenarios help children make connection between pretend play and their “real life” experience, and interacting with other children help them figure out how to master their skill. 


In music, cognitive skill masters when children explore response of instrument (cause and effect learning), remember songs and music, selecting instrument to accompany song, and more….  During art classes, young children’s cognitive ability grow when they understand the concept of print, discover use of tools, and use symbolic representation.  Gymboree programs are always updated and designed professionally to fit with each children age group and developmental milestones, and each group has different developmental goals and activities to master their skills.   According to scientific studies, children learn best through play, and this is also Gymboree’s philosophy to maximize children’s growth in not only physical but also cognitive development.






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