Taking your child outside for daily walks and gross motor play is a vital part of their overall health and development – and it’s great for learning letters.
Did you know that exercise from physical activity increases oxygen and blood flow to the brain?
This makes it an optimal time to have your child’s full attention and interest for learning a new skill.
This shared activity with a common “goal” is also a great opportunity to connect and accomplish the search together.
Use the steps below during daily walks to incorporate academic concepts such as letter recognition and pre-writing strokes (horizontal/vertical lines, X, circles, +)