Finding a great child learning activity always creates some debate among teachers and parents, specifically finding successful ways to improve children’s learning skills. Is it taking part in a bigger variety of activities? Playing with specific educational toys? Following structured learning programs? Here’s what I’ve personally done to see dramatic improvements in children’s general learning skills
Whenever parents are faced with trying to improve their child’s learning skills, they invariably see electronics, new gadgets, latest technology and huge cost. But that’s not really what’s needed to see results.
Let’s look at some of the criteria a good child learning activity must meet:
It must be quick and easy to do,
It must be cheap,
It must has ability to occupy children for a reasonable time AND
must definitely help to improve reading and learning skills, concentration, general knowledge, observation, ability to selectively collect information and ability to focus on detail.