Reading, writing, and counting abilities are considered as skills that are unable to simply be mastered by the Little One. They have to go through several developmental phases until they are eventually able to read, write, and count.
When initially introducing the process of writing to the Little One, parents may feel that this is a very difficult thing for them to learn. The introduction of new things is not always easy. However, parents should not give up easily.
The key to training the writing ability of the Little One is patience and consistency. The process of learning to write should also be conducted in an enjoyable manner so that the Little One is not bored and does not easily forget what is already learned. This way, they will continue to remember it.
In this digital era, the Little One is often more adept at using gadgets compared to using their hands to write or draw. This does not close the possibility for the Little One to become lazy in learning to write, as they consider it to be more difficult compared to playing with their gadgets, with which they can easily process something just by a touch.
So, how should we stimulate the Little One in order for them to want to learn to write? Parents can implement the following tips:
Before starting to teach the Little One to write, parents can ask them to do activities that are related to the introduction of letters. These stimulations can be conducted to sharpen their linguistic intelligence. There are various creative stimulation ideas available in the Morinaga Multiple Intelligence Play Plan website, and parents can select those that are in accordance to the age of the Little One. By actively providing stimulations, parents are fully supporting the growth and development process of the Little One to proceed optimally.
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