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EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES THAT COUNT AS LEARNING FOR KIDS

EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES THAT COUNT AS LEARNING

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Everyone has their daily engagements to gain a better learning experience. All these experiences lead to help a person to develop their cognitive and motor skills. For kids, many activities might help them to learn and enhance their daily skills. The need is to recognize those learning opportunities and help the kids to access them. . .

Kids learn a lot at school, but the learning continues at home as well. The key benefit of home learning is that it develops an immense bond between parents and children. The benefits of home-based learning for a child may include developing a concentration level, planning for upcoming tasks, and practical self-management skills, such as staying organized. There are many ways to turn everyday tasks into learning skills for kids.

Many simple household activities encourage fine motor skill development, along with hand-eye coordination leading to the development of cognitive skills. The improvement of hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills can be achieved through very simple activities that a child performs practically it also provides a sense of ownership to the child over the daily tasks. 

 

For younger children, developing fine motor skills helps them to perform practical tasks like eating or dressing up themselves, and gives a sense of independence to the child. Motor skills can also be achieved by getting involved with the surroundings, such as planting trees, and playing outdoor games.

The independence level of a child’s development is according to their age. It can also be enhanced through free play. Free play benefits the child with problem-solving and leadership skills as well as encourages creativity. It also develops self-confidence in the child. The child learns to plan upcoming tasks accordingly to adjust each task systematically and become an organized individual.

The child can learn to concentrate through many engaging activities such as sorting the things around the home, matching the pairs of socks, and placing utensils in the proper place, they can also try to sort the toys. When the child tries to be organized and notice the patterns, it is a sign that their concentration skill is building up.

 

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Another daily activity to enhance the child’s learning is to learn to count, multiply, measure, and recognize patterns. All these skills are fundamental parts of mathematics and can help the child to understand the context of mathematics in real-life activities such as measuring the number of spoons/cups of sugar and or counting the number of eggs.

Hence, it can be said that a child learns through his own experiences throughout the day while performing various everyday activities. But when a parent starts to play or work with their child and get involved in their daily activities, it brings more learning opportunities and helps the child to take more interest in the learning process as they feel secure and more connected with the parents in this way. They become more confident to share their thoughts and ideas and learn things more effectively.