Pre - AEL (Activities of Everyday Living)

The AEL (Activities of Everyday Living) describe routine activities that children do every day without assistance – preparing food and eating, walking – getting in and out of the bed and bath alone, bathing and cleaning your teeth, getting dressed and undressed, going to the toilet unaided and continence.
It is vitally important that children of pre-school age, master these skills as soon as possible to improve their independence and skills.
Childrens House offer equipment that replicate daily household tasks i.e. ironing board and iron, that are scaled down in size to accommodate pre-schoolers. These items are ideal for pre-school classrooms to teach them.

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