@vonog74938How to choose the best preschool curriculum for your child Many moms are looking to find the most efficient preschool curriculum to teach their precious preschooler. I admit I was one of them. When my little girl was three years old, I began my search. She wanted to be the best mom ever, giving her an academic edge. Especially reading! A dear friend of mine calmed my anxious heart by simply saying, "Take it easy, at your age there is no need to buy an expensive curriculum, just go to a supermarket and pick up a $ 7.99 preschool skills development workbook. , find free preschool activities online and make it fun! " I took my friend's advice, bought some books, found some preschool websites, and had a blast creating wonderful memories that I want to share with you. Our preschool schedule was easy and flexible. I used the skill building activity book three days a week. On top of that, we did a lot of reading, singing, fun puzzles, educational videos, and we explored various online websites together. I used it all as a preschool curriculum. But it was really just time playing with her, guided by an educational purpose. I planned two or three activities a day. The time I spent teaching was no more than 10-20 minute intervals. Long enough to keep your attention on the topic at hand, and then we move on to "non-gaming" tasks. However, during our "no play" tasks, learning was also being done. After all, you had to acquire household skills. (smile) When Jamie and I went to the grocery store, I made it a learning experience, for example: "Jamie, count how many cartons of milk we have in our cart. You're right! 1-2-3-4- 5". - "What sound do you hear in the word egg?" huh huh huh ggg? - "Will you bring me 5 round oranges and put them in this transparent bag?" When we washed the clothes, I asked him to sort the clothes by color. When he bathed, we named that sound with a set of foam alphabet letters and so on. However, one thing I want to emphasize is that descriptive language is very important in teaching your preschooler. Talk to your child in a way that you would to an adult using the correct names and descriptions for objects and experiences. Children have a natural affinity for learning. If you introduce them to intelligible words, their vocabulary and speech will grow abundantly. You can let your child know in English class just starting now in preschool! I learned very quickly in the early years of parenting that a preschooler learns best in a relaxed environment. When mom smiles, speaks in a pleasant voice, and spends time playing with her son, a special bond is created ... the bond of love. So let me gently remind you when internal irritation arises, review your attitude and refocus your thoughts and lower your tone of voice. Your child will not only learn your academics early, but also your godly character. (big smiles) Long story short ... let me pass you on the advice my friend gave me, take it easy during preschool age. Buy some books to build skills, bookmark some websites, and make the learning environment relaxed and fun. Your preschooler will love being read to, seeing things, doing things, creating things, talking about everything, asking questions, and playing outside. Remember ... enjoy this bonding time with them because it truly is a blessing!https://organikvillage.com/
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