Sep 6, 2011

Benefits of playing while learning for your child

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GladChild: As a good mother, you would never think to provide education for your children even though they have not entered the school age. It is not wrong for parents to give their children education as early as possible. But, parents need to know how to provide appropriate education for their children.

Children who are 3 years old are able to perform various movements such as running, jumping, throwing, and so on. Parents should be able to give them the opportunity to perform playing safety activity. Children aged 4-5 years tend to be quieter than children whose age is under them, they also need the exercises so that these children be more active.

Parents do not really need to demand too much so that the child is able to master anything beyond the ability of the child. Usually children pre-school age has not been able to perform movements that are accompanied by certain rules. They tend not to explore the capabilities of potential if it is restricted by the rules.

Here are some useful tips for parents to child development and education of children in pre-school age. Make sure that the child has a chance to play with balls and toys that stimulate children to move. The ball can be provided from a variety of sizes and weights. Through playing with a ball, children will learn how to throw, catch, and kicking. For younger children age, provide a tool that can be laid out like a seesaw, ladder, slide, and tunnel. As for older children should be given the balance board and various tools for climbing.

By the time the child was 5 years old, need to be given the opportunity to play jump rope to train movements and balance the body. Lots of fine motor movement activities to learn muscle control, for example: drawing, cutting, pasting, sewing, and so on. A child who is at the sensory motor stage of development requires a variety of experiences by touching, holding, touching, tasting, and exploring.

Explore how children like banging a toy on the floor, wiggling it’s, rolled, and put the toy into his mouth. Exploratory behavior is the way a child knows a thing or a new toy. Parents need not worry if their children do so, but surveillance remains to be done carefully to avoid something in the child. Give children a number of pieces with various shapes, and sizes, colors. Encourage your child to group pieces based on color, size, and shape.

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