Beginning life as an explorer

Hey moms! I just read an awesome article about the importance of hands-on learning for our little ones. It explains that hands-on learning is how children start learning skills before formal education. It’s all about learning by doing!

The article says hands-on activities stimulate the brain, promote fine motor skills, and engage all the senses. It even talks about the three main learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

The best part is that hands-on learning helps children develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills while having fun and making mistakes. The article gives great examples like playdough, building blocks, and sensory trays.

It also suggests involving our kids in baking and chores to encourage hands-on learning at home. The article says hands-on learning is an ideal tool for our children’s early development, as it challenges their brains and promotes growth.

I recommend giving it a read and trying out the activities with your kids. They’ll have a blast while learning and growing!

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