Every Moment, Every Day
Ordinary moments such as getting dressed, going to school, or cleaning up offer chances to explore shapes, colors, language, and more. You can find fun opportunities for learning in your daily routine, even if you're short on time. Morning, noon, or night, each learning moment you create can be an exciting voyage of discovery — for both of you!
- #1 Language Skills Build language skills as you create fun ways to welcome each day. You might say, "Hello, terrific Tuesday" or "Good morning, silly Saturday." What other greetings can your child think of? Share Share via email Share via Twitter Share via Facebook
- #2 Observation Help your child improve his powers of observation! On the way to school or day care, play a game of What Do You See? (I see a blue mailbox, a shiny car, a tall tree, etc.) Share Share via email Share via Twitter Share via Facebook
- #3 Patterns Discover patterns and sequencing in the kitchen. As you set the table, prepare each place setting in the same order and your child to repeat what you do. Pause every so often to ask, "What comes next?" Share Share via email Share via Twitter Share via Facebook
- #4 Memories At bedtime, wind down and build memories by talking about the day together. What did your child see and learn today? Share Share via email Share via Twitter Share via Facebook
- #5 Explore More! Keep the learning going! Happy, Healthy, Ready for School has tips on helping your child become an active, eager learner. Explore numbers, letters, and more with Math Is Everywhere and Word on the Street. Share Share via email Share via Twitter Share via Facebook
About This Project
Learning Is Everywhere helps parents turn everyday experiences into learning opportunities. Developed in 2008, this project is part of the Happy, Healthy, Ready for School program, designed to help children develop the physical, emotional, and academic skills they need to prepare for school. Learning Is Everywhere encourages parents, grandparents, and caregivers play an active role in their child's learning.