Learning on the Go
You can turn everyday household chores and activities into fun learning games for your child, no matter how young she or he is.
Doing laundry: Laundry is a frequent activity that young children love to join in - from watching clothes tumble to matching up socks. Find fun ways to help your children take part in these chores.
At meals: For many, meals are a time when the whole family comes together. Learn how your mealtime discussions can help the development of your child, and ways that meals foster learning.
At bedtime: Help your child wind down at the end of the day, and discover ways to make bedtime less stressful and more calming for all involved.
Are we there yet? Turn that trip or errand into a simple, fun learning game that helps your child make sense of the world around him.
In the car: Use driving time to enhance your child's natural curiosity - find ways to interact and connect with your child.
On the bus: Riding public transit exposes your child to different people and new things. Use this time to heighten your child's sense of adventure.
On a walk: Taking your child on a walk is not only good exercise, but also allows them to experience nature and learn about the outdoors.
Errands can equal education. Your everyday outing or errand can be a chance to connect with your child and to encourage her early learning.
At the market: Learn valuable tips to help keep you and your child's trips to the market hassle-free and educational.
At the park: Parks and playgrounds are very active places for children. Discover ways to transform activity into learning.
At the library: Libraries are full of learning, and are wonderful for exploring language and books. Find out some helpful tips for library-going.