Your child needs exercise and that includes a challenge for his or her brain. Like every muscle in your body, if you don't use it, it won't be much good to you when you need it most.
OK, maybe the brain isn't a muscle, but it certainly benefits from regular exercise. The brain remembers its learned skills so they can be used again and again to solve problems.
Then, the brain remembers its successes and failures after each attempt. The specific knowledge is converted into a
If a child doesn't experience several successes, the child won't find the motivation to attempt new things. The memory of successes makes the child eager to participate.
The same thing has happened to all of us. "I don't feel like doing that". And yet we never tried it, did we? Like a new type of food or amusement ride, but if we actually did it once, and enjoyed it, it might become our new favourite thing to do. We, or rather the kids, would feel the
creative juices flow.
So let's exercise our child's brain and let him or her have some fun in the process. These tests aren't difficult or long. Please suggest some new ideas for me to prepare.
Now we'll try a science teaser. Science was always my favourite subject in school and still is. The word comes from the Latin for "to know" or "knowledge". In general, if you are interested in science, you can marvel at many mysteries within every day items or things that exist. At least that's my personal opinion.
Give this teaser a whirl. You might find yourself looking up some answers in references books or online. Enjoy.