Children, when they are smaller, are self centered and want to protect what is theirs. As they grow older, they want to be liked by others; so they learn to share things with each other when they are together.
Children enjoy playing new and unique games each time. Here are some unique games to play with your child. Games to develop texture and sensitivity in your baby are very important.
By the time your child is 2 years old, she will be ready for play school. By the time she is 5, she will already be in standard one. Most schools have a curriculum that gives practice in English, Maths , Environmental Studies and the Languages.
But here are a few suggestions for activities that your child would enjoy at home and at the same time, would help in her school work.
Children need to exercise to expend pent-up energies which would be dangerous if they’re not released. These energies are like a dam on a river that would cause damage if the waters are not released from time to time.
Learning begins at home and you do not have to wait for a school-teacher to expand your child’s knowledge. So, here are some fun ways to start teaching your pre-schooler his/her letters.
Gross motor skills are those which include the co-ordination of your child’s limbs i.e his larger and stronger muscles. Running, jumping or hugging would be considered gross motor skills. These skills need to be developed to ensure that the child’s muscles are not only strong but also so that the child can move around with ease. Gross motor skills continue to develop even after your baby starts walking. Balancing and hopping are all gross motor skills.
It is imperative to develop your child’s gross motor skills and exercise their muscles to make them stronger. Here are some fun activities to do with your child:
Fine motor skills are those which include coordination of the fingers or toes. For example your toddler picking something up from the ground or wiggling his toes. Fine motor skills need to be developed so that your child will not have problems with buttoning his own shirt or tying his shoe laces. The earlier your toddler develops these life skills, the better.
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