School is a great place to learn but, your home can be even better. Schedules at home can be tight, especially with more than one child but it is very important to be involved in your child’s education and learning. It gives you, the parent, the opportunity to see if there are any red flags in your child’s learning ability. The sooner you receive support for your child, the more successful they are in life.
Home activities can include learning the alphabet and identifying colours and numbers. Counting and tracing is a great way to learn numbers and master hand and eye coordination. Science activities are always a hit. A simple mixture of vinegar and baking soda with a little bit of food colouring can be very educational. (FYI-mixture for a volcano).