Relationships are important. Whether they are between friends, co-workers, or children and their care providers, you must nurture those relationships for them to grow.
Of course, there are also figurative relationships, such as the one between experiences and development:
The adults in a child’s life play a critical role in determining what types of experiences are made available to the child and, consequently, in determining the course of development. (Children and Families, Fall 2009, p. 34)
That means you! You have the awesome opportunity of deciding what your children get to play with, learn, and observe every day.
At The Adventurous Child, we want to help you provide fun and educational experiences for your children that will assist them in meeting and surpassing developmental milestones. Whether you want them to learn how to recognize different sounds, develop an appreciation for reading, or improve their balance and coordination, we are devoted to working with you to meet those needs.
What kind of experiences are you making available to your children? Whatever they may be, I hope that reading our blog will give you a better idea of some of your options. Thanks for stopping by – we look forward to hearing from you!