Most people think of school as a place where learning takes place, but perhaps you'd be surprised to realize that it's actually the home where most of the child's real education goes on. Children spend only a few hours a day, five days a week at school. The rest of the time they're actively playing, fighting, dreaming, eating, and learning in the home and its surroundings.
Make the most of this natural learning environment by providing a number of areas around the house where your child can engage in active exploration.
By allowing for a broad spectrum of activity levels and styles, you're making your home the best of all possible learning places for your child.
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