Observe Your Child's Mood Before Offering Any Learning
Ensuring that your child is in the right mood before trying to teach her a new game or activity not only makes sure that your child will be more receptive to the activity that you are trying to teach her, but also makes it a fun and engaging play time thing to do.
1. Ensure that your child is in a familiar environment and with people that she knows and is familiar with. Strange environments and people have a negative effect on the mindset of your little one and trying to teach your child something new in these settings might often turn out to be futile and filled with hassles.
2. Ensure that your child is cheerful and happy. Try to introduce your child to a new game or activity as an extension of a game or activity that they love to do or are currently doing. This avoids a rough or abrupt transition for the child and keeps them engaged to what you have to say.
3. Observe your child’s reactions to what you are trying to teach her. Your little one may not always be receptive to a new play time activity and therefore they might not enjoy the activity that you are trying to get them to learn.
4. Be patient and cooperative with your child, do not try to push the envelope with what you have for them to learn. If they do not seem to be interested in what you have to say, stop and try again later when your child seems to be more cooperativ