Aisyah Zahraa | Homeschooling Tips

"The first time you introduce an activity that is more important to you than to your child, you are testing your creativity and flexibility as a parent and teacher,"                    

Dr. Michael Roizen “Kids have more neurons actively creating new connections than adults do, so they can do things like learn to play tennis or memorize the multiplication tables or learn to play video games or fix a computer much more easily than we can. 

So it’s much better for you to expose your kids to lots of different things – repeatedly, ideally – to allow those connections to be formed, rather than trying to catch up later.”