“Train them young.”
When your child is about less than a year old, they start to get a little curious. First it’s playing with your cell phone, then they play with the remote control. And this is the time that is crucial in their development because they start to learn a lot in a small time-frame. So is about a year old the correct time to start giving them educational tools? And when I say educational tools, that is a wide range of meanings. That could be cue cards or digital games on the computer for them to play.
it’s a start
The following game below is for babies, and it’ geared toward teaching them shapes. Some parents see it as something for them to pass the time along while they are busy themselves.But what you’re actually doing is giving them their first educational lesson in shapes. This way when they step out into the world, they can start to make sense of all the shapes and sizes around them. Everything will start to come together and thus simplify their lives. What is complicated will seamlessly makes sense.
next level up
Below is the photo of an interactive game called, “Side the Science Kid.” And this is a step up of learning where now your child/children can immerse themselves in a virtual world of learning mathematics and science. This is an early introduction to prepare them for preschool. It’s not only fun, but also gives them the confidence to enter school. The following video is of Sid the Science Kid uploaded by the Department of Health and Human Services on YouTube: SID ON YOUTUBE.
long run payoff
As time progresses, then you as the parent will be happy you bought those games for your child. And when they eventually start school, the teachers will also be proud because it makes their job easier as well. Children whose parents don’t take that time make teacher’s jobs harder. Because now the teacher works overtime to make sure this kid is up to speed.
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