Worth Repeating: 5 Steps to Making the Most of Your Child’s Curiosity
Editor’s Note: Nice Article to share with the parents/guardians of your kiddos
[Source: I Can Teach My Child]
Just recently my five year old daughter could not attend the swimming lessons that were part of her school program due to a nasty head wound. As she was so disappointed to be missing out on swimming, I wanted to be sure that we did something fun during the two extra hours a day we would have together, while also making the most of the time she would be away from school – being engaged, productive and learning together.
She had recently expressed a renewed interest in frogs, playing often with a collection of small frog figurines. With the idea of using a short project-based approach to learning, I decided to make the most of her engagement and curiosity to set her a challenge – to create a home (habitat) for her frogs. As well as being good fun, the project process provided me with
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