Communication is key.
Don’t just talk about the bad—make the good important, too.
Parents can work with students at home to enhance classroom lesson plans.
For young children, learning is a never ending cycle, and an important part of that cycle is what happens in the home. For one, teachers change every year; and every teacher has his or her own methods and procedures in the classroom that children need to learn and adapt to. To balance that, parents can set certain education standards and routines at home, whether its reading to them every day, adding educational television shows into their downtime or buying them educational toys. Here at Miniland Education, we have some educational toys that we recommend. Take Follow the Bigfoot, for example. This active game and takes young learners through six different adventures on their search for Bigfoot, encouraging them to overcome obstacles and work with other players as they develop their cooperation and psychomotor skills.