Learning can be fun at Home Too!
Here are 5 ways:

1. Make it interactive with hands on learning

“If you focus on creative, hands-on activities that appeal to your child’s interests, learning will always be fun!” … 

During hands-on learning activities, children develop multiple skills, such as multi-tasking, listening, and problem-solving. It is an excellent way for them to discover and explore, but most of all, quickly practically identify their strengths and weakness.

2. Let your child take ownership of his/her learning..

Child-directed play is a beautiful way to boost self-confidence and self-awareness and foster language and social development. So many great benefits come from allowing children to lead activities. Parents typically will discover what interests them and watch their communication skills improve in real-time.

3. Use as many colors as possible.

Make it as colorful as possible to grab their attention. Colors help to train the brain to focus on a particular item. By doing this simple task, parents can increase their child’s chance of memorizing information.

4. Make it a family affair...

Educational play boosts executive functioning because children now have to make rapid decisions, see multiple solutions to problems, improve hand-eye coordination and reinforce memory. Creating fun and engaging activities creates a solid foundation for lifelong learning. Surprisingly, a burst of laughter or two may occur, and anticipation of the next event will build immediately.

5. Get creative..design and encourage participation.

Designing home-based games can be a great family activity. It can encourage children to participate more and become independent thinkers. Believe it or not, it can create an emotional connection to learning by allowing them to give feedback and practice a particular skill.