There are no rules for playing together. There are also no barriers. You can take the lead, or you can let your child set it up. You can also sit back, relax, and watch your child’s creativity take over. No matter how you do it, actively or passively, just by being involved, you will see that your child’s intellectual capacity and verbal skills will keep on growing.
Respond appropriately and show sincere interest. Research shows that the amount of time you play with your young child during the years from birth through age 5 is directly related to your child’s academic achievement.
April! The Month of Volunteering
“Love stretches your heart
and makes you big inside.”
~ Margaret Walker