learners grasp ideas by working on their own. They learn best left
to their own devices and not forced into gruop activities.
home, giving the opportunity to concentrate and do their own thing can
be extremely useful. Set aside a specific learning space with the learning
materials, set expectations, and let your child go. Self-paced activities
can work wonders - providing instructions and materials and letting your
child work at his or her own pace can often generate better results than
a forced group activity. For example, perhaps you would like to give your
child a fun activity such as Tangrams. Printing out and cutting apart the
puzzle, and letting his or her imagination run wild can unleash internal
another example? Perhaps your child enjoys self-paced games. A computer
chess game can help teach strategy and patterns of logical thought, while
offering the ability to move at one's own pace.