Education and learning your child are every where, not only at school but also at home and in every situation he lives. The moments you spend with your child can take advantage of to learn things, creating a fun learning environment for very little you need love, patience and enthusiasm.
In this article teach you how you can create an environment for your child to learn with a good teacher: yourself.
» Worry about the game, not the success
While it is true that children follow the same basic patterns of learning, it is also true that there are many nuances. Some children learn best to listen and see the information, while others learn by doing and practicing. No matter the method, which is really important is that your child is encouraged to play objects safely and explore the world around him.
» Read aloud
Reading aloud to your child helps you imagine what he hears and greatly improve your vocabulary. In other words, the vocabulary that the child is two years is proportional to the number of words you've heard talk before that time. Children may not be able to respond verbally when they are young, but process what they hear.
» Reduces background noise
You may be very interested in a TV show or not like silence, but for your child will be better that you spend the time to it and you decrease the background noise. The noise makes it difficult for children to distinguish between the sounds they need to know and those who do not.
» Bring them to the music
If you write them to music lessons or take advantage of times when they are bored to touch a piano or an instrument. Children who study a musical instrument develop better verbal skills and greater dexterity. Other research also shows that music improves memory in general.
» Develop the art
When kids get bored do not know what to do, the holidays are a difficult time in that aspect, because the "I'm bored" is frequent and we can not entertain them at every turn.
One of the best ways to allow the creative flow is let your child create either writing on a piece of paper or playing with paints and crayons. Besides allowing your imagination to expand, this will help develop fine motor skills (holding a pencil or crayon, clutching a bottle of glue). Ideally regularly do art without you put too many rules, but can create freely (of course within the paper and not on the wall).
There are many things you can do to encourage your child, but the important thing is that they are moments of fun for them, and not anintelligent desperation for doing yours. Eventually the children develop their skills, along with what you teach him, but little things can help, educate and keep you entertained.