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Chatty, can you tell me what I learned today?

Updated: Dec 5, 2023

Learning from Today

December 4, 2023

Jie: I want to tell you my experience today. Can you help to check what I learned from my experiences?

ChatGPT: Of course! Feel free to share your experience, and I'll do my best to help you reflect on what you've learned from it.

Jie: Today, I went to kindergarten work as a substitute. It is a new group of 19 children. This is my first time meeting them. It is always difficult for me to remember their names. But slowly we started to familiar each other and play together. We read the names of the birds, dance, and draw together. Also I met some kids who I knew before. They came to say hello to me. It was very sweat. I like to work in the kindergarten because I like to make friends with children.

ChatGPT: It sounds like you had a positive and engaging experience at the kindergarten today! Despite the challenge of remembering names, you were able to gradually connect with the children through activities like reading, dancing, and drawing. Receiving greetings from kids you knew before added a sweet touch to your day. It's evident that you enjoy making friends with children. What specific lessons or insights did you gain from today's interactions?

Jie: Thanks! I think imagination and creativity are extremely important and useful.

ChatGPT: Absolutely! Your experience at the kindergarten highlights the significance of imagination and creativity, especially when working with children. Engaging in activities like reading, dancing, and drawing fosters creativity, allowing kids to express themselves and develop valuable skills. Recognizing the importance of imagination not only enhances your interactions with children but also contributes to their overall growth and learning. Is there anything specific you'd like to explore further regarding imagination and creativity?

Jie: Maybe origami

ChatGPT: Origami is a fantastic avenue for fostering creativity and imagination, both for children and adults. It not only enhances fine motor skills but also encourages problem-solving and concentration. Engaging in origami projects can be a fun and rewarding way to explore geometric shapes and patterns. Is there a particular aspect of origami you're interested in, or do you have any specific questions about incorporating it into activities with children?

Jie: How many years old children are the most suitable group for origami activities?

ChatGPT: Origami activities can be adapted for various age groups, but generally, children around the ages of 6 to 12 years old tend to benefit the most. At this stage, they have developed sufficient fine motor skills and coordination to handle the folding and shaping involved in origami. However, with proper guidance and simplified projects, younger children, around 4 or 5 years old, can also enjoy basic origami activities. It's important to choose projects that match the developmental level of the children and provide them with an enjoyable and achievable experience.

photo from Jie Zhao

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