Have you noticed your child can learn and remember game characters and games, played from their favourite video or computer game super fast? And sometimes, it amazes me that they can even teach you how to play after that. More amazing, they can even recite the detailed profile of their favourite characters. How to Teach Math to Preschooler
If you have not noticed, children learn extremely fast and well through play. Ever since the child is an infant, they are already learning and absorbing knowledge through the primary resource which are their senses. The senses providing the infant with the opportunities to see, touch, taste, and smell.
At a later growth stage where they enter the nursery and kindergarten, they start to explore the world with experiences like stories, pictures, and TV programs. I am amazed how fast children learn from TV, especially. They can even recite some of the advertisement for you. 5 brain abilities to Solve Problems
As they move on to the stage of elementary and primary schools, they are exposed to more play with rules, strategy and skills. Things like board games, computer games and physical sport games.
With the technology in the digital age nowadays, children would be glued to the computer or video game. Though they are learning through play through the computer games or so, I feel that nothing beats the people to people interaction and experience kind of feeling. Brain-Based Learning for Kindergarten Kids
There are many websites that let children learn Educational Maths games online. I do agree that the children are learning while they are having a great game at the same time. The portion that is missing is the interaction part between you and the child, and the actual physical feel of the game or fun Maths game. It like playing chess with the computer, vs playing chess with your friend. The experience with the friend would be a better and awesome experience as compared to the computer, right?
The experience of creating, printing out a fun Maths games and enjoying it with your children would definitely make a much more fruitful experience as compare to the digital platform. The digital media will come to your child naturally, as he or she interacts in school and friends, where they will be exposed to much more of the digital technology.
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