Many parents think education begins in school chairs, but they are most definitely mistaken. Children start to learn from the moment they are born; in fact, many studies explore the infant’s ability to absorb and process new information. Research has proven that certain colors and sounds have a significant impact on babies’ cerebral development, and that early learning and education have numerous benefits. Early childhood learning experiences can also leave children with a thirst for knowledge, encouraging them to pursue their own interests, seek out information and get creative.
Some great ways to get started at home include teaching your child the alphabet, letting them play with puzzles, musical instruments and interactive games, taking them for nature walks and visits to the zoo, teaching them numbers and how to count, and so much more!