Some kids love to learn; they have a natural thirst for knowledge and can’t wait to crack the spine on a new book. For others, learning doesn’t spark the same joy. Just like most things in life, if you make something fun, you are going to enjoy doing it more.
Learning is part of a lifelong process, and while there are times it will be harder than others, for the most part, it is possible to make education fun.
Getting hands-on with your learning can change the way we think about what we are learning. Getting to create, make, touch, and use can bring a new level to the activity.
It is one thing to do maths in a book, but another to count using gummy beards, beads, stones, or apples!
This type of gamification can be seen in many different subjects. In some cases, it means that children can use voice recognition, apps, and other fun stuff that offer an ideal solution for educators.
If you let your child lead the way when it comes to what they learn about outside of the classroom, you might uncover a huge range of interests. One of the best things about child-led learning is that it can span so many different types of learning.
Heading to museums, art galleries, shops, reading, creating, and watching movies. Learning doesn’t have to be just one thing – you can let your child explore all of the available options.
Our brains love to learn, but they also love relaxing time too. If you choose something like art or listening to music peacefully to fill up your spare time, it enables the brain to make some connections and lock in what your child has been learning.
Not only that, but there is so much that these creative hobbies can bring in terms of knowledge.
Something as simple as finger painting offers the opportunity to practice colours, coordination, motor skills, communication, and let their imaginations go wild too.
Children learn a lot by watching and mimicking what their parents and older siblings do. If you want education to be one of the most fun things you can do, you need to lay that foundation and keep building on it.
Take part in learning opportunities, spend time creating, and make a list of things you want to know or places you want to go.
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Once your child has expressed some specific interests to further encourage their exploration of the topic, look for groups of clubs in the area that are within the right age group.
Getting together with a group of like-minded children can quickly realize that having specific interests and groups to hang out with and talk about it with is just one of the coolest things.
One of the most important things that make learning enjoyable is that it isn’t a pressure-filled environment – instead, take it easy and let your child go at their own pace.
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*This is a collaborative article