If you think that your child is learning things at a much younger age than you did, you would be right. Not only are they learning things at an earlier age, they are also learning in many new ways.
Depending upon your age, you may have not even known what a computer was when you were younger. Or, at the very least, it was not a common product found in most homes or schools. In 1997 18% of US homes had a computer, the percentage rose to 42% in 2000, and according to some experts, currently 75% of Americans have computers in their homes and spend an average of three hours a day on line. The percentages are similar when it comes to the growing number of computers used in schools. As such, children are now being exposed to computers from an early age and will likely continue throughout school.
As parents and caregivers, you support education in children and want to ensure that you do everything you can to assist in your child's education. Providing an atmosphere or area, as well as tools, which are conducive to learning, is an important step. It is also one that can be accomplished in the home as well as school. Consider providing a desk or table that is appropriate for your child's needs. For example, the Upscale Kids Computer Desk Prodigy
is perfect for both pre-school age as well as children just starting school. It is fashionable while still being sturdy, age-appropriate and very functional.
Remember, everyone benefits when a child is eager and ready to start exploring things outside their immediate surroundings.
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