It’s the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)’s Week of the Young Child, and today is Work Together Wednesday.
Today is all about the learning that takes place when children play and interact with others. Young children learn through responsive interaction with caregivers. That means you can help your child learn by playing with him. Be engaged with your child’s play and ask questions to encourage problem solving. Work together to build a block tower, a pillow fort, a sand castle — the possibilities are endless. The more you work together, the more your child learns. Read more about how you can support your child’s learning through play.