Literacy is a fundamental skill that all children must master early on in their education but it is also a complex skill which takes some time and patience to master. In order to successfully learn how to properly control a pencil, and later a pen, young learners must first master some vital pre-writing skills, which build on their fine motor skills.
It’s never too early to get your child started with a lot of things that will help their health and development. Being active is one of the things you can start encouraging early – even if they haven’t learned to roll over yet! Encouraging an active lifestyle is excellent for your infant, and benefits them as they grow up to. You can help them to develop their coordination, motor skills, and even their confidence by being active with them. If you’re looking for ways to get active with your baby, toddler or older child, try one of these ideas to do fun things together.