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1.Teach by Example. 2.Alternate between active and inactive approaches. 3. Brain Teaser 4.Story Activities. 5. Game 6.Memory Verse. 7.Go Outside. 8.Use Music 9.Use Art 10.Use Repetition. 11.Use Visual Aids. 12.Use Drills. (list of something) 13.Use Individual Activities. 14.Use Group Activities. 15.Watch a movie. 16.Use role play to act out the story 17.Play Detective 18.Recruit a Co-Leader that is your opposite. 19.Challenge 20.Celebrate Successes
Must know infant true world for learning.
1. 50% of a person's ability to learn is developed in the first four years of life. 2. Another 30% is developed by the eighth birthday. 3. Those vital years lay down the pathways on which all future learning is based. 4. After age ten, the branches that haven't made connections die off. 5. Youngsters are their own best educators, parents their best first teachers. 6. Youngsters learn best by what they experience with all their senses, so stimulate these senses. 7. Our homes, beaches, forests, playgrounds, zoos, museums and adventure areas are the world's best schools. 8. Simple physical routines can help infants explode into learning. 9. Infants grow in a patterned way, so learn to build on that growth pattern. 10. Learning anything, including reading, writing and math, can and should be fun.