Learning takes place thorough various means. Books and the Internet are the biggest source, however as parents you should include other element of learning in the life of your child. A good way to incorporate that is to get out of your house.
Here are five trips you can take with your child, that can be extremely educational and a lot of fun. And isn’t that the best way to learn anyways.
- *Museums *– A trip to the museum is a great place to learn about arts, history, and social issues through time. They provide a great source of information, an elaborate display of artifacts, and some fun tours and movies. A day spent at the museums can be an overload of fun and information.
- *Planetarium *– A planetarium will open the eyes of your child beyond the realms of life on earth. Planetariums offer great factual information, shows, and interactive learning displays that are engaging and informative.
- *Aquarium/Zoo *– Learn about animals, and their lifestyles as you walk through a zoo/aquarium. A lesson about other living beings makes children better equipped in understanding the life cycles, eco system, and importance of animals in the world we live in.
- Library *– Taking a trip with your child to the library makes them understand the importance of reference and research. It also provides them with a different learning environment to study in. Trips to the library also imbibe*imbibe**
➤ (v) take in, also metaphorically
➤ (v) take (gas, light or heat) into a solution
➤ (v) take in liquids
➤ (v) receive into the mind and retain
…by BeeDictionary.com the habit of reading, and an opportunity to choose from a variety of books across different genres.
- Factory Visits – Many manufacturing plants allow for people coming and visiting their site. Inquire if a toy factory, or a food plant has any sort of tours, and show children the workings of an actual factory. This will show children how things are actually done, instead of just the final product.
Add some fun to learning and plan some interesting learning trips with your children during a holiday break.