Is Your Child Ready For School: Tips For Early Childhood Education
You are ready to start early childhood education for your child but is she actually ready to learn? Well, you might be wrong on your assumptions if your answer is negative.
Generally speaking, your child is more intelligent than you realize. Challenge your child and ask to do something she has never done, you will realize your child’s true potential. Therefore it is never too early to introduce education to your child.
If you want to start Early Childhood Education, the following tips might help you.
Creative teaching methods: In order to help your child learn, you should not only know the creative teaching methods, but also introduce these methods to your child. If you introduce teaching methods like audio, video, multimedia, Smartphone apps etc. your child will be interested in learning.
Learning from stories: If the lessons are introduced as stories, learning will not only be fun but also effective. Storytelling technique can be used for toddlers, preschoolers, preteens as well as teens.
Engage: Learning is not just reading books or listening to the instructors. Learning is all about participating in the discussion, asking questions, and answering questions. Encourage your kids to get engaged in the learning process. Let them ask you question, let them answer your questions.
Change the learning method: Using the learning method again and again might increase boredom in your children, whereas changing the learning methods will make learning exciting and fun for them.
Focus on WH questions: The questions like why, who, when, where, and how will help you explore the concept for the better understanding.
Afterschool programs: If your child is already going school, consider enrolling him in an afterschool program. Afterschool programs offer creative learning method. These programs are not just a way to entertain your child, but also a creative way to introduce lessons.
Learning by playing: Montessori Education system is an early Childhood Education system established by Italian educator Maria Montessori. After years of research, Maria discovered how children learn better if they learn through the games.
Suspense element for effective learning: Mystery invokes curiosity and curiosity motivates the learner. If you can introduce mystery (not giving everything in the first class), your children will be wanting to know more.
Provide feedback immediately: If the instructor gives feedback immediately, it will have a positive effect on the learner. Feedbacks are a great way to inspire and stimulate the learner. Therefore, always give feedback to your child. If the child does good congratulate him immediately, if he makes a mistake, correct immediately.