Henny Meena. kids. October 27th , 2017.
The best way to get kids interested in school work is to show them that learning can be fun. This will usually mean having to get involved, leading some activities and taking part hands-on in your childrens' experiments and discoveries. All subjects can be approached with a touch of creativity, and some lend themselves particularly well to experimentation.
Sing and dance with your child to simple, upbeat, and easy songs. Have fun with your child with whatever sound comes out of their mouths at this stage. The plan is to just have fun!
As we moved into the electronic age, a whole new range of ride on toys emerged to form a new segment in the prestige toy market. Vast ranges of battery powered ride on toys are now available for kids of most ages to power themselves around the garden, park or farm. Sons and daughters of farmers can now emulate their dads by driving a tractor around the property, complete with a trailer and loading accessories. Miniature versions of major brands such as John Deere can be seen parked alongside their full size versions with the kids helping mum and dad as they practice for when they will one day driving the real thing.
A lot of things we store in our cabinets and don't use can be become bathtub toys. Tin cups, plastic measuring cups, soap dishes and even styrofoam meat trays become boats. A cup can be used as a waterfall to sink the boats. Underwater boats become submarines which can sink other boats and the war is on! There's so much imaginative play that is done in a tub of water! Add some bubbles and you have even more fun! When it's time to get out of the tub, kids don't even associate getting "clean" with all the playing time, making this a fun time rather than a "have to" routine.
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