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Am I My Child’s First Teacher?

Parents play a crucial role in their child's learning and growth. Your child is observing and absorbing from you, so actively participate in the daily learning experiences. Engage with your child in conversations about their day to help them expand their vocabulary.

When you create an environment filled with written materials and offer various writing tools, your child learns about language and literacy. Providing opportunities for your child to explore different surroundings and discover new things fosters their confidence. Engaging in activities like meal planning, cooking, baking, or playing board games involving dice or spinners contributes to your child's mathematical development.

Learning unfolds in the everyday moments you share with your child. Your involvement in your child's development and learning is invaluable. Every interaction and activity you engage in with your child imparts important lessons that aid in their growth and understanding of the world.

Welcome to the journey of parenting! Cherish this time with your baby, as they are learning about the sounds and rhythms of language through your conversations. Speak to them frequently and repeat words to reinforce their learning. Holding out toys for your baby to reach helps them develop hand-eye coordination. Responding to their cues helps them understand language and communication. Reading simple picture books to your baby encourages their enjoyment of books.

Everyday moments provide rich opportunities for bonding and learning. When you play music, sing songs, and dance with your toddler, they are learning about music and movement. Counting together as you climb stairs enhances their pre-mathematical skills. Engaging in cooking and baking activities introduces them to measuring, pouring, and mixing ingredients.

It's all part of the child's play! Offering dress-up clothes and household items for make-believe play fosters your child's imagination. Playing I Spy together develops their attention skills and memory. Active games like running, jumping, and hopping help them improve balance, coordination, and overall muscle strength. Pointing out familiar signs such as STOP and traffic sign shapes contributes to their pre-reading skills. Singing counting songs together aids in their understanding of numbers and pre-mathematical skills.

At Peak Performance Martial Arts in Cedar Park, featured in areas such as Leander, Cedar Park, Liberty Hill, North Austin, Round Rock, and Georgetown we offer a program called "Parents as Coaches." Our video content and meetings in support of parents as coaches focus precisely on this aspect. As parents, you play the vital role of being your child's first educator. Please refer to our "Parents as Coaches" videos for guidance on how to effectively fulfill this role for your children. Visit our website to learn more!

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