Where will it start? Mother Nature
A baby or toddler starts learning by playing. Learning through Play is a term which is used in psychology and education to describe how children can learn to make sense of their surroundings while playing. They develop social and cognitive skills and gain self-confidence through their experiences and exploring of their surroundings.
They Just Love To Explore
Toddlers love to explore everything around them, they climbed on anything, they open doors and challenge anyone. They play by themselves or with other people, they talk to themselves and also communicate with others and through all this toddler learning activities, they learn and meet their physical and mental challenges.
They’re so Creative
Kids use their imagination when they play and they can be very creative. They start to use various objects as building blocks to try and create something. For them it is not the end product that matters, but the fun they get out of it and they learn through it although they don’t realize they are busy learning. For them it is just fun and play and enjoy life to the fullest. They just love to be alive! And we just love them for who they are.
Toddler learning activities also include educational games, and all the learning that came naturally are just not enough when they grow older. This is where the parents’ responsibility comes in and introduce their kids to educational games which can include board games, card games and video games. These games are designed to expand their minds, to learn them about more subjects and give them a wider perspective of their surroundings, not just inside their home, but also outside.
Educational gaming has established itself as a huge learning tool and is playing a big part in our toddler learning activities. Gaming is interactive play and can teach our children a lot of things which can include problem solving and target achievement. They will not only grow physically but also mentally.
The mental and psychological benefits of educational gaming can have a big impact on learning and it provides enjoyment, motivation, creativity and social interaction. And even the parents can enjoy a little more free time for themselves, not much though.
We can be really proud of them now! Don’t you think?
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