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“The training transformed the way I think about teaching children”

In August 2012 we had the privilege to train two separate groups in How KidZ L.E.A.R.N. Best and 8 Wonderful Ways KidZ Learn. The one was a group of very special pre-school teachers who are doing a wonderful job with their kids, despite difficult circumstances. The other group is a bunch of enthusiastic Sunday school teachers at NG Kerk Strubenvale in Springs.

May you be encouraged by their feedback and perhaps consider hosting a KidZ At Heart Training for the children’s workers in your church and community ….

The training changed the way I think about children. It has encouraged me to teach even better and to help kids to accept Christ early in their lives.

Doreen Makhubo, pre-school teacher

I was reminded to teach children about the Lord and his Word every day, and I have the opportunity to do so!


The training was great – simple, easy to understand and fun.

Marinda du Toit, Springs

I learned that there are different intelligences and you need to incorporate these different ways of learning in your lessons – so that the children can learn more effectively. There are so many different ways to make a lesson fun.

Tanja van Niekerk, Springs

I love the story telling and that we get to move around! I enjoyed the 8 Wonderful ways kids learn – I will definitely use this in lessons at my centre.

Rochelle Alexander, pre-school teacher

I enjoyed the practical lessons that were a part of the training the whole time. It was very interactive.

Jeanine Coetser, Springs

I have once again realised that our lessons should be on the children’s level and that we have to love the children!

Roelien Roets, Springs

I enjoyed every moment of the training. The lessons should involve the kids and they should experience the lesson, not just sit still and listen to it.

Karney van Tonder, Springs

I learned that you don’t need a bunch of expensive props to teach a lesson. You can use what you have and make the lesson very enjoyable.

Hannetjie Botha, Springs

The training reminded me to focus on the job at hand – to teach kids about Christ.

Rina van Staden

I learned that everyone learns in different ways – and that applies to kids as well. We need to keep that in mind when teaching them.

Miliza Naudé, Springs

I enjoyed the fact that we, as teachers, participated in the lessons. I also realised again that everything I teach the children is important.

Tembakazi Tinzi, pre-school teacher

The singing and movement was lots of fun!

Constance Mudau, pre-school teacher

I learned that children learn in different ways and we must also remember to teach effectively to those quiet children in our class.

Thembi Luthuli, pre-school teacher

I enjoyed all the activities. It taught me that I have an important job – working with children everyday – and I realised that I can improve even more in my teaching.

Georgina Mlilo, pre-school teacher

The general atmosphere was stunning! I was reminded again that each child is unique and each one learns in a different way.

Suretha du Toit, Creative World, Melville

I had the most fun when we had to plan our own lesson and to present it to the group. I also learned how to see things from a child’s perspective and to be creative when teaching a lesson to them.

Amanda Muller, Springs

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