5 Ways to Foster Your Preschooler’s Imagination
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By Lauren Barth December 16, 2010
Right now, your child is like a sponge—constantly absorbing new facts and finds. Every moment is an opportunity to learn and grow. Foster your little one’s imagination by engaging him in a few simple educational activities that are also a lot of fun.
Learning numbers has never been so enjoyable and interactive. With these bright, colorful numbered bricks, your little ones will be playing, counting, and using basic skills that educate and stimulate. The LEGO DUPLO Play With Numbers set includes fun figures like a dog, cat, fence, and wagon to provide endless hours of learning and building.
Don’t be afraid to let your kids get their hands a little dirty. Allow them to explore their artistic sides with finger paints, crayons, and lots of construction paper. Every single work of art should be treated like a mini masterpiece. They’ll feel confident and encouraged to keep on trying and continue creating.
Role playing is an important skill. It teaches your kids how to interact with others in everyday situations. So indulge your children in a game of make-believe and watch as they grow, change, and learn.
Fairy tales don’t just help your little ones fall asleep at night; they also expand their minds and broaden their imaginations. Creative stories and fables keep them entertained while encouraging them to think. Plus, it instills the importance of books at an early age.
Every sight and sound is amazing to your preschooler. There are so many things to see, touch, and learn. That’s why it’s never too early to take your child to experience something new. Go for a walk, play at the park, and try something different. Everything can be a source of education.
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