Every child learns in their own unique way while exploring the world around through different senses. From hearing (Auditory) to looking (Visual) and touching (Kinesthetic) or any combination of the three, every experience is a new opportunity to learn. You will begin to notice at an early age, which way your child learn's best. Once you know how they learn, you will know what tasks and lessons to provide them with that challenges their abilities.
If you're like most parents you want to give your kids toys and games that allow them to learn and explore their world. If you've kept your kids at home, you might also be curious about how well they will play and interact with others. Let's face it, when the first day of kindergarten arrives, they will be more ready to go than you are. The important thing is making sure they have the basic skills most schools ask for.
Your child is an amazing creature, full of energy and always wanting to learn! From the first time they find their toes to the first attempt at stacking blocks, their mind is always looking for a new adventure. Play is their first opportunity to discover new and exciting things in their world. They mimic what they see, whether it be cars moving along the roadway or parents performing their tasks around the home. Playing enhances their motor skills and allows them to use their imagination to create scenarios and objects. Various types of play also encourage interaction with the world around them.