Keep praising her for trying new things. As you and your child explore your community together, you can talk to her about interesting things that you see, or share things that you know. Learning should be a way for students to make sense of the world around them.
Let your child hear and see lots of new words in books, on TV or in general conversation, and talk about what the words mean. Play rhyming games, letter games, and shape and number games with your child, and practise taking turns in games and activities. Our Learning Environment Relationships Our education philosophy is centred on relationships — every child, teacher, parent, staff plays a part in defining the environment in which children learn, play and grow.
It is as if they have never had any experiences in their lives that could be used to think about mathematics. We believe in providing an environment that is rich in emergent literacy and representational art.
It allows me to clear about what I value and it allows others to understand my perspective when I talk about teaching and learning.
In fact, being a bilingual child can have a lot of advantages — for example, better reading and writing skills.