Curiosity, Exploration, Preschool Development
To increase a sense of curiosity and exploration in your child, plan destinations to locations such as the public library, a gallery, or small-town business.
Providing hands-on experience during these outings helps aid his or her senses.
You should bring paper, utensils for writing, a photo-capturing device, and voice recorder to note down any questions that may spring up.
For children who are at a younger age, games such as building blocks, rolling balls, and Peek-a-Boo can be played.
As they continue to develop, you should play games such as board games, memory development games, puzzles, and Hide-and-Seek.
Toys that offer multiple ways that it can be played stimulates creativity in your child.
Toys that can only be used in one way limits imagination and room for strategy-solving.
Toys that helps with creativity includes play-dough, cardboard boxes, paper, writing utensils, blocks building, instruments, cars and railroad-tracks, and paints.