Learn With Tools At Home: Clothes

Early learning ideas with clothes

Raise your child’s IQ/EQ using easy-to-access learning tools at home! Clothes are a great resource for learning through creative play, as well as for the development of memory and empathy. Maximise your child’s social potential. Explore colours, patterns and textures at home using 9 creative ideas to help you get started on your learning journey.

What educational activities can I do with my child at home? Learn with clothes!

As a Shichida teacher, one of the questions I get asked often is “what can I do with my child at home? How do I know I am doing enough? I want my child to learn, but they only want to play.” At Shichida, we know that playing is learning! Learning should not be a chore. Learning is exploring, touching, and trying new things. A child can learn anywhere, while having fun.

We have compiled a few ideas for you – try these fun, educational activities at home with some colourful clothes! Create, decorate and play memory games with clothes.

Playing with clothes offers many benefits for children, including promoting imagination, developing fine motor skills, fostering independence and self-confidence, enhancing language development, and promoting social skills. This activity encourages children to use their creativity and explore different roles and identities. Overall, playing with clothes is a fun and engaging activity that offers a wide range of benefits for children.

Creating an “early learning toolkit” at home can provide your child with the resources they need to explore and learn. By using accessible materials, such as clothing, you can create a fun and engaging learning environment for your child.

Look out for more ideas of activities you can do at home using your do-it-yourself “early learning toolkit”.

For more ideas on how to be your child’s first and best teacher, join us for a trial class and see why so many people choose the Shichida method of education for their children.

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