As your baby grows and learns, they begin to develop the physical and mental muscles needed for them to succeed in life. No more grasping at air-- they're getting ready to hold pencils, discover how to write, and so much more...
During these critical developmental years, it's more important than ever for them to have the chance to practice these new skills for the experiences that are just around the corner. But how do you get them started?
The key lies in finding the intersection between fun and learning, so these important practices don't feel like a chore.
When your child feels like they are having a good time, they're more likely to pay attention and retain information and skills that will be crucial in the years to come. And when they're enjoying themselves, you'll enjoy yourself more as well.
Many parents believe teaching their children fine motor skills and coordination will be a challenging, frustrating ordeal with set milestones and difficult goals to meet.
In fact, with projects that are designed to catch your baby's attention and encourage their imagination, you'll find it's easier than ever to integrate learning into your day to day routine.
In Preschool Cutting and Pasting, you will discover:
● 25+ cutting and pasting activities which encourage the development of fine motor control while providing hours of entertainment
● The importance of practicing scissor skills in the early years of your child's life as they begin to master their hand-eye coordination
● Delightful illustrations that are sure to catch your child's attention as they work through various exercises
● Varying levels of complexity for any skill level
● Fun activities that will have your child smiling and laughing their way through the workbook, and learning while still having a good time
● A certificate of achievement so you and your child can celebrate their successes once they reach the end of the book
And much more.
It's never too early to get your child started with activities and practices which encourage active learning, and there's no reason why those need to be boring and repetitive.
In fact, the more actively your child engages in these skills-based practices, the more they'll learn from them-- while enjoying themselves in the process
If you and your toddler are ready to discover the fun of cutting and pasting, then scroll up and click the "Add to Cart" button right now.