Children play. Parents and Teachers talk. Simple enough. Right? Sure. But did you know there is a way to combine the two and make the entire experience much more beneficial to the child? And it really does not require any additional time from parents and teachers alike. The great folks at Learning Paths turned us on to this article from Education Week around how specific ways of interacting with children during play time can target more effective learning patterns and develop strategic thinking skills as well as assist in a child’s development of social behavioral patterns. If you’re interested, check the article out HERE.
Children at Play – How Can We Talk Them Up?
February 9, 2012 By Leave a Comment