Fun and Learning

“If an activity is not fun for the child or you, don’t do it. When we say fun that means that the child’s mind is engaged, that the child feels capable and powerful. Delight is a key ingredient in all learning. If the child is frustrated, stop the activity and offer it at a later date.”

Simple Steps, by Karen Miller, pg. 11

Try lots of Kindermusik activities at home during the week. Your home activity books give you so many ideas. But you may need to try things in small spurts to keep your child engaged. Remember, you are your child’s most important teacher, and repetition is a key to learning at this age. Have fun singing and dancing and chanting!

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