Raising curious kids: over 100 simple activities to develop your child's imagination
Presents open-ended activities to do and questions to ponder that will develop a child's creativity, confidence, and decision-making ability. All the hands-on activities and more than 600 thought-provoking questions in this book follow a basic pattern: They allow children to use their senses and their imaginations, they have no "right" way to answer or do them, and they encourage more questions and more independent investigation.
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alike animals Ask questions Ask your child baby-sitter baking soda balloon birthday black pepper bowl Challenge your child child questions child to compare child to decide child to experiment child to explain child to predict child to think clean cook cookie cutters cornstarch crayons create decorate dentist drop Encourage your child example favorite feels the smoothest fish food coloring freezer glass glue going grandparents grape juice ice cube kinds of questions Let's Ponder liquids look marbles Minnie Mouse mixing spoon Need objects parents peanut pillow planet plastic play Ponder Provide an opportunity questions e.g. Raising Curious Kids raisins rank salt sand sauce senses before responding shoes Show your child snow spices spoon Step Three continue strange apples strongest smell sugar supermarket taste teaspoons of water Tell your child things Three continue thinking utensil vinegar wear whipped cream yeast