How your child thinks and learns.
IF YOU ONLY REMEMBER ONE THING, MAKE IT THIS:
Watch to see what interests your child.
Then give her more of that, whatever it is!
Children are naturally wired to learn. These little sponges learn all the time from everything that happens around them.
You don’t need to spend money on expensive computer games, special materials or fancy vacations to help your child learn.
Would you believe that some of your child’s most important learning happens through play? It’s true!
Follow his interests. If your child shows you a spider, support his excitement by finding a book about spiders at the library. When it’s bedtime, send him off with the song: The Itsy Bitsy Spider!