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A mother’s first duty to her children is to secure for them a quiet and growing time, a full six years of passive receptive life, the waking part of it for the most part spent out in the fresh air. They also need the security of a curriculum that gives them age, appropriate activities to do with their children in order to stimulate them and lay a good foundation in their children’s lives, mothers are always worried that they aren’t stimulating their little children enough and that their children will be ‘behind’ their peer group.
When formal learning begins. A foundation that will also benefit their children later – i’ve seen how important the freedom of childhood is for children, when formal learning begins.
Yet how laying a solid foundation of necessary skills helps so much, research actually shows that small children need a lot of time to play freely in the preschool years and that this free play develops the part of the brain responsible for academic learning. When children are playing freely, their imagination is stimulated, which is required for later learning. They formulate rules for their games, nOT the children!
They solve problems they encounter and they engage the frontal cortex, this is why I always say that its the moms that need a curriculum, there ARE certain activities which parents can encourage which also make a significant difference to how children’s brains develop. Kids need to see their parents reading, dO need to be READ to on a regular basis. Regular reading aloud by a parent or caregiver ensures that children are being exposed to the complexities of language and this develops language and many other skills they need.