I personally feel when a child is able to touch, see, and feel many different elements, their brain is stimulated and they grow into to a smarter kid. Tactile exploration also builds common sense, which will strengthen their confidence. We as parents must find time and try to introduce many colors, textures, and objects so your child can strive and use their imagination to build their problem-solving skills.
Do you all remember when we were growing up and played outside? I do. I loved it. I would stay out for hours on end. I never wanted to come in the house. I got into pretty much everything, ugh – mud, dirt, tadpoles. I was climbing trees, swimming, and running. Doing all this helped me build my senses, thought process, confidence, and imagination.
I love when a parent lets their children jump in puddles, play with mud, pick up frogs, and climb trees. Outdoor activities are so fun for your child. A child’s brain wants and needs stimulation to help it grow. Let’s get those motors started!
Introduce as many different things to your child. Fill their minds up and expand their knowledge. Let them see, touch, feel all textures, colors, and objects. The little kiddos’ brains are in motion and ready to explore! Sooo, let them…
Children’s Books Author
Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball
The Gu-Glee-Goos of Christmas
Coming soon – Gabby’s Space Adventure!