Read, Write, Sing, Talk, Play: Early learning (()-4)
Read - Our mission is to help you foster a love of reading in your child from a young age. Reading books to young children helps them learn new vocabulary, become familiar with letters and sounds, and is a wonderful time to bond with you.
Write - Young children may not be able to write letters yet, but you can help them develop the muscles they will need to hold their pencil and write someday. These “fine motor skill” activities are ways to strengthen their hands and help them develop focus.
Sing - Singing to and with your child will help them learn new words and rhythms. Think about how fast you would normally speak the words “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and the difference in the speed and rhythm when you sing the words “Twin-kle….Twin-kle…Lit-tle…Star.”
Talk - Studies have shown that children who hear more words at home are more likely to succeed in school. We want kids to hear a LOT of words!
Play - Play is the number one way children learn. We want to encourage intentional play every day!