Creative parents to teach
We could define parents interested in fostering reading and imagination in their children at a very young age. Although the books contain a series of teachings, they need to be presented with a dose of dynamism the adults close to the environment of the child are the people to do.
As you tell the story changes depending on the character voice, she sounds represented by the environment. If it rains or closes the door simulate it with a noise. In fact the story by itself will have a special charm, but the representation is also important to sharpen the senses in the child.
Puppets are another resource used in children’s centers to introduce reading to children. The characters are part of their world, they can be animals or children like them. At home, you do not need to have mounted a stage it covers part of your body and starts representation with the help of another person who tells the story
When you finish the story ask the child to show in a drawing what he learned, encourage him to use colors, watercolors and other materials taste You can spend 50 minutes or 1 hour on this activity. The most convenient is to distribute it in 10 or 20-minute days during the day. Discipline in its use. It is important to restrict the pages so that there is no intrusion of other content, other than children’s.
Interactive games that motivate children in their ability to reason, or increase their knowledge about geometric shapes letters or numbers need to be complemented at home with other manual exercises or recreational games.
Stay close to your child. The indications described in the software may be quite simple but children always need the help of an adult if they get confused in handling or some questions arise. Think about what might be the location of the computer, a continuous room to yours the playroom or maybe near the kitchen. Remember that it is important to keep an eye on the children.http://www.childinharmony.com/creative-parents-teach.htmlhttp://www.childinharmony.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Creative-parents.jpeghttp://www.childinharmony.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Creative-parents-150x150.jpegEducationcreative teaching,creativity in early childhood education,teaching english creative & innovative