Naughty Norman Merchandise

Creating Learning Environments at Home PDF Print E-mail
Written by Teacher Lee   
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 23:24

As parents we are our children's first educator. The environment we provide in the home is a natural place to enhance the natural learning process. This article by Susan A. Miller gives fun ideas towards making the home a fun learning environment. She talks about the enjoyment her grandchild derived from shucking corn and how his sensory-motor skill development and imagination were encouraged by this shared project.

Creating a print rich environment helps develop reading and math skills. Provide a box with colorful junk mail envelopes and writing material for your child to use while you are doing your bills. This gives the child a learning opportunity and keeps them occupied while you are working. The kitchen is also a great area for discovery. While you are working in the kitchen give your child their own workstation to make scientific discoveries.


AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Last Updated on Sunday, 01 July 2012 06:48

The Teacher Lee Podcast

Podcast Feed