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Learning Through Art

Mother Goose Time is great at finding ways to teach kids things while they are playing.  One of the ways it does this is through the arts.  Music, visual arts, dramatic play and movement are all ways that Mother Goose Time respects different children's styles of learning, and the process of learning through play.

They always provide ample opportunities for learning through visual arts.  Little Guy isn't very good at learning this way, because he doesn't do the activities in a very accurate manner.  They are more fine motor development skill building activities. 

Music is a fun way to learn things, and usually learn them long term.  Back in January when we were learning about Safari animals, we sang a song about respecting animals space.  He still sometimes sings it.  He also learned about musical instruments back in December, and still remembers how to properly hold a violin!
The amount of dramatic play that Little Guy does now is amazing.  Before we started Mother Goose Time his dramatic play was very limited, but now he is constantly pretending to be a bee, or a lion, a caterpillar or whatever else we have been learning about lately.  It is so fun to see him grow and become more and more creative.

Mother Goose Time allows for a lot of different ways to learn.  Learning through the arts is just one of the ways they make learning fun.  The also have stories, games, and books.  No matter what your child likes to do, Mother Goose Time will have an activity they really enjoy almost every day.

We receive Mother Goose Time for free in exchange for our pictures and experiences.  All opinions are our own.


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