What learning looks like at my house with a 28 month old.My son is 28 months old and really enjoys learning. He is a very active boy who loves to climb, run, jump, and explore. We do tot time at home using a combination of structured and more free choice, child directed activities. In the last month, he has started to put words together to make sentences and is more eager to "watch me" or "watch my mouth" to see how I form certain words with my lips. He then copies me and usually begins to say the word more clearly! This week he went from saying "Mopen please" to "open please." Although I will miss these cute little toddler words, having him better able to communicate his needs and wants creates a much calmer home! Kim at the Little Stories has many posts about speech and language development. If you are interested in learning more, I encourage you to stop by her blog.
2. We have also brought out our home-made Handwriting Without Tears blocks to build the upper case B's.
Hope you had a great learning with with your child!