Allowing Curiosity For Kids
Jennifer Gravalee is an educator and also a leadership coach in Colorado. She thinks that being involved with your kids is very important and making it a family event is very important. Getting kids outside and spending time together is vital for the proper development of kids. Let your kids are very curious and problem solves on their own as well. You can read a book with your kid, like Jack and the Beanstalk or Charlotte's Web.
Another way you could do this activity is to supply your child with supplies.

Key Takeaways:

Allow your child time to get some supplies before they begin the activity.
Just provide your child with supplies and give them time to build a structure.
Kids can be given a second chance to make an even taller structure.

Smarter This Summer - Jennifer Gravalee

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