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Stock Image. Published by Summersdale New Paperback Quantity Available: 2. Simplicity is often the key to establishing safety rules, and there is usually no need to restrict children. They rarely do something that makes them uncomfortable, unless someone is urging them on or daring them. Let children choose what to explore.
Let children explore, and see what they do on their own without offering suggestions. Do they run? Even an activity as simple as digging leads to exploration. Children learn how to dig, the way soil feels, the angle of the slope before loose dirt slides back down, and the difference between dry and wet soil. Ask open-ended questions.
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As children explore on their own, remain involved. Ask about their discoveries. Ask open-ended questions they can understand and answer with their observations. Oh, a bug?
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What does it look like? How does it move? Discuss what you see—the shape of leaves, the color of the soil, the movement of the grasses. The more your child observes, the more the world around him will make sense. Discovering how to learn through observation is important.
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