Learning grammar and facts can result in pretty dry classes in school. When you introduce these subjects to children in a structured educational format, it can seem challenging for them to find classes interesting. Using children’s learning materials that are engaging, insightful, and compelling can make all the difference in retention and understanding. Erika Neilsen has researched holistic learning and developed methods and processes that make the educational experience seamless. Children learn without realizing they’re learning.
Develop a Love of Learning
Through holistic practices, children develop a love of information. A child’s mind is always changing, growing, and seeking new ways to explore their world. Igniting the spark of learning facts and developing insight provides children with a sense of control over their environment that they rarely experience.
Learning Advanced Concepts
When children learn advanced concepts, whether academically, emotionally, or socially, it opens the door to a range of opportunities for them. Education is no longer dull or dry. They are often motivated to learn more and seek out ever-increasing layers of knowledge. Early Learning Strategies from Holistic Language Acquisition compels children to ask questions, raise ideas, and creates a thirst to know more. Their desire to learn increases exponentially when they are introduced to a style of learning that caters to their needs.