Why Hands-On Learning Is Best For Young Children

Lisa Ehrman

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  1. Michael Coovert says:

    There is a huge movement in education presently to diversity teaching tactics because they are finally recognizing that children learn best in different ways. Some learn best by listening. Some learn best by reading. Some learn best by writing. Some learn best by doing. Incorporating all methods provides a well rounded approach to learning that allows all children to learn in the way they learn the best.

    • Lisa Ehrman says:

      Yes, I learned about differentiated learning when I was in college. It is truly the best and I made sure that I used these various methods when I homeschooled my children. I totally agree with it. This post speaks about learning with babies and toddlers.

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