By now, your child is probably beginning to discover the world of letters and counting. He is fascinated with all forms of nature; loves ‘reading’ and being read to books and enjoys lots physical activity. Teaching your child their alphabet need not be a pencil and paper activity. It should include something for every sense. Our weekly activities are designed to meet these needs.
Remember, most young children have very little memory for past events and do not understand “yesterday” and “tomorrow” the way we do. They want to repeat activities or may do and undo actions such as putting a puzzle together or request the same activity several days in a row. You may be frustrated (or maybe a little bored) but these repetitious sequences are important to later understandings of change and consistency. They will also help you to identify the type of learner you have.