How to Help your Kids Learn

We all want the best for our children and this includes giving them the best possible start to their education. As a parent, you can do a lot to achieve this. Your priority should be to create an environment that is safe, loving, and stimulating. You can find the best school for your children, from

Children learn with all their senses

As we get older, we rely on our sense of sight, and perhaps hearing, to learn. We read, watch and listen. Children touch, taste, smell, see and then hear. 

When you're rushing to go to work, the temptation is to dress your kids, make the bed, clean the room, pack the bags, etc., all while remaining passive recipients or observers. It takes a long time if you allow your kids to decide what they want to wear, to dress themselves, to start making their beds, and packing their bags. 

But if you deprive them of the opportunity to learn these things when they want to, there's no one to blame when they don't know how to take care of themselves afterward (and when they don't Want to do it) for me).

Children learn by doing

Children learn by doing – it bears repeating.

Children are also experts in the scientific method — they observe their environment; They form hypotheses and test them using experiments.

When your kids become astrophysicists, they will thank you for letting them conduct their early experiments in such a positive environment!

Promote learning

It is not desirable to let your kids do everything they want to do – you need to provide firm guidelines about what is acceptable and what is not from an early age. By setting these limits, and being consistent with them, you will give your children a safe environment in which to do their experiments.