March 2016 - The Learning and Play Place

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Developing Independent Learning
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Developing
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Below are a few simple ways that you
teach your child to develop independent
learning and thinking.
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Allowing them free hand: You may
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wish to allow your child to spend some
time in your absence. This simple trick will
help your child to learn that he or she can
do work even in your absence. In addition,
this method helps your child gain immense
confidence in his or her innate abilities.
Boosting Your Child’s 1
Imagination
March 2016
Allow them to read and memorize quietly to themselves: This
technique will allow your child to comprehend and master the core of the
subject. Increased comprehension is an extended version of independent
learning and this skill is very important for professional success.
Allow your child to read and listen to stories by themselves:
When you allow your child to recite stories and anecdotes, you are encouraging him or her to develop analytical and evaluation skills as well.
Recommended
Websites
Kids Bird Club from
Bird Channel.com
All About Birds
Allow your child to work in team environments: Another important life skill that will enable and empower your child to develop an ability to live among individuals with different minds and logic. Your child must
learn to live in peace among different people in the society.
Allow your child to participate in debates and discussions:
Classroom debates and discussions are very critical for your child because
they can help him or her develop courage, self-belief, self-image and selfanalysis.
IT’S EASY TO BE A GREAT PARENT!
Tell your children: "I love you, you are special to me."
Give them lots of hugs and kisses.
The Learning and Play Place FAMILY NEWS
March 2016
The Learning and Play Place FAMILY NEWS
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MARCH PRESCHOOL
Discover the Desert
Pull up your boots, put on your cowboy hat and head to the Mother Goose Time Rodeo! After practicing your
rope skills, wander out into the dunes of the Sahara Desert. Explore the Mojave Desert while riding your
bumpy burro. Learn ABC with an armadillo and count the sneaky little lizards. Sit for a while in the shade of a
cactus, but be careful not to fall asleep because the desert comes to life at night. In this action-packed
theme, explore sandy ideas near and far away. -
Letters: Hh, Ii Yy
Numbers: 13 & 14
Shape: Square
Color: Brown
DEVELOPING INDEPENDANT LEARNING... (CON’T)
Allow them to develop their own ideas and expressions:
When you help your child to think and act on his or her own ideas, the first immediate benefit
is the acquisition of focus and concentration. These two noble characters are very critical for
reaching professional success.
Allow your child to learn drawing and painting:
Experts also believe that drawing and painting can help children develop imagination, logic and
artistic skills. Experts also believe that one must be emotionally strong enough to face all unforeseen circumstances in life. Extended and independent learning must also focus on these
positive characters.
Allow them to differentiate good from the bad:
You may wish to teach your children to know and understand good from the bad, average
from the best and ordinary from great. These simple skills will also help your child go for an
unqualified degree of success in whatever they do or achieve in their life.
Allow them to acquire the basic skills of accumulating knowledge:
Every person must possess the ability to research and gather information from different
resources. This special skill will empower us to apply the gathered information to a myriad of
scenarios. Help your child to accumulate and gather information from a local library. Provide
them enough clues and exercises to collect information about a particular topic. Make library
time a mandatory time and visit the local library at least once or twice in a month.
Once you introduce various learning activities, your next goal should focus at enabling your
children to take responsibility for their own learning and actions.
The Learning and Play Place FAMILY NEWS
March 2016
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