Curiosity is an attribute we must cultivate in our children.
Early discoveries, trial and error, and tactile explorations are actually the building blocks of science, technology, engineering and math - STEM for short. The world needs more creative people and believe it or not, there are ways to aid your child in developing these valuable skills before they can even walk! The vast majority of brain development takes place during the first three years of life, so why not pave the way for your baby to become a biochemist while you're at it. The video below shows ways to help infants and toddlers learn to count.
To encourage your child’s STEM capabilities in their early years...read on!