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At the early age of 3-4 years you should start telling your children the importance of learning. Your child might not yet understand clearly what you are trying to say but at least you have told him or her the necessary thing that a child should know.
Most kids are easy to teach with A B C’s and the numbers 1 2 and 3. However some of them will not even give you a look when you try to tell them that this is an A and not a B.
Kids are one of the triggers of impatience. But you have to understand them and if possible please them in order to learn.
One of the effective educational tools that really works even with the most stubborn child I know is the Dora the Explorer pictures. Everybody loves Dora, from the youngest child up to their parents. When you ask a group of child who Dora the Explorer is, surely they will not just give you the answer but also the whole story of the episode as well.
Dora the Explorer pictures are a very efficient educational tool for both learning and enjoyment. This tool will help your child learn not just the A B C’s but also subjects like Mathematics, Music and Spanish. Your child will probably enhance their learning capabilities.
In addition, be surprised to know that at the age of 4 or 5 years old, your child already knows how to add, and subtract. And also it will be a great idea that your child is spending a quality time learning from Dora the Explorer pictures. These pictures are affordable. You will not have to sell all your properties just to purchase Dora the Explorer pictures.
Just imagine the benefits that it will give your child. Those are priceless. You can not even buy it on the biggest department store worldwide.
Not only since they are only pictures and not big posters, your child can bring it along with them anywhere they like to go. For example, your family (inclusion of course of your kids) went to a trip. It will be a long trip and you are positive that on the course of the journey one of your kids (probably the youngest) will get bored to death and cry. The best thing you can do if this thing happens is take the Dora the Explore pictures in your bag and give it to your child. Or you can also let your child sit on your lap and story tells to her the scenes from the pictures.
In this way you will not only building a good relationship with your child, you are also teaching them the chance to learn at a very early stage. If possible read and explain to your child the printed dialogues in the pictures. And also, teach your child about the different colors that she or he will see in the pictures. Then point one color and ask your child what color is it.
Observe how your child participates and develops his or her learning abilities. Once you are satisfied with the result, I am sure you will not only buy one picture but a dozen or boxes of it.
However, don’t wait for your child to request for another new Dora the Explorer pictures. Do it before your child asks.