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Approaches to Learning (adaptive)

Approaches to Learning (adaptive)

  • Let your child feed himself, even though it might be messy at first. Coordination between your child’s hand and the spoon, their eyes and the dish will improve with practice. eating
  • Make sure your young child has interesting playthings to handle. Clean, safe household objects such as plastic sets of measuring cups, spoons, and mixing bowls work as well as more expensive toys.
  • Give your child a daily household chore, like making their bed. Each morning your child makes their bed, allow them to draw a happy face on a chart. After they get five happy faces, celebrate with a special playtime together.
  • Make cleaning supplies available to your child so they can respond to a spill.cleaning Encourage children to clean up after themselves and praise their efforts.
  • Play Simon Says with your child. The goal of this game is increase listening skills. Begin with simple one direction tasks, “Put your hands on your head,” working to more complex directions, “Close your eyes, clap two times and sit down.”