child to become interested in learning can
seem like a difficult task. However, if
you know a few tricks of the trade it can
be simpler than you might imagine. From
educational coloring tricks to chores made
creatively fun, here are a few of our favorite
sneaky ways to bring learning into everyday
life without your child even knowing it.
Educational Coloring Made Simple
All children love coloring and moms love
that coloring is pleasantly inexpensive.
After your child finishes a picture, have
them count all of the pink items, then all
the blue. It is a fun and sneaky way to
bring learning into an everyday activity.
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Chores that Count
Make chores count with this fun alternative
to boring tidying up. Place a toy bin in
the center of the room and have your child
toss their toys into the bin, counting as
they go along. It’s the perfect way to teach
your child the joys of learning all while
making chores a bit more fun.
This game also does wonders for little ones
trying to learn their ABC’s. Simply call
out a letter and have your child put away
every toy that begins with that letter,
calling out the names as they go along.
While learning blossoms
at school age, it begins at home. You set
the bar for your child’s love of education.
If you get excited about his discovery that
soap and water make bubbles, he will too.
That’s the key to instilling a lifelong
love of learning . . . excitement.