has changed education. It has changed the way that research is done.
It has changed the sheer amount of information that both parents and students
have access to. And it has changed the way that parents help their children
learn. So if you haven’t gotten used to using the Internet to teach your
child, you’d better jump on the bandwagon. This tool is here to stay and
you’ll want to start in the preschool years to make sure that your child’s
educational foundation is well-laid in those early years.
do you start with using the Internet to teach your preschooler? After
all, there is such a vast amount of information on the Internet and it often
has conflicting information and confusing approaches to preschool education.
You’re sure that some of it’s great and you’re equally sure
that some of it is probably not good for your preschooler at all. So if you
aren’t knowledgeable about preschool online, where do you begin?
Here are some tips
for using the Internet to teach your child:
programs that make use of a number of different learning styles.
Some children are naturally good listeners whereas others needs hands-on interaction
to really understand the lessons they’re supposed to be learning. Find
preschool Internet options that use all different types of learning methods
to better enhance your child’s online education.
a class yourself.
If you aren’t proficient with the Internet yet, it’s about time
that you got started. After all, in a few years, you’re going to have
to concern yourself with issues about your child’s safety online and
you want to know what you need to know about using the Internet. So get yourself
up to date and keep yourself abreast of new information.
all sites and software alone before using it to teach your child.
Sure, this takes some added work. But there are unsafe sites on the Internet
that aren’t going to help your child’s education. Find the ones
that work best for you and share only those with your preschool, monitoring
all computer activity while it occurs.
- Use the
Internet as just one part of an overall program. You should be engaged
in interaction with your child that includes all kinds of different things.
Preschoolers need to play with blocks and other tactile things as much as
they need to learn online. And they need to be out in the sunshine getting
some physical education as much as they need to have their downtime. Using
the Internet to teach your child is important but it’s only one of the
many education tools that you have at your disposal.
use of the resources available to parents online. Most good online
preschool programs provide some additional information and website links for
parents to assist them in using the site. Make use of these tools so that
you can do your best to educate your child on the Internet.
- "How to…."
- ADD / ADHD
- Alphabet / Letters
- Arts & Crafts
- Attending Preschool
- behavior issues
- birthday parties
- Child Communication
- Child Growth and Development
- Child Safety
- Children's Health
- Daily Schedule
- Everything Preschool Reviews
- Family Life
- HomeSchool Preschool
- kids fitness
- Kindergarten Readiness
- Music Education
- Potty Training
- Preschool Activities
- Preschool Curriculum
- Preschool Social Skills
- self confidence
- Separation Anxiety
- Social Studies
- Traveling with Kids