A normal kid, aging from three to five years old is at the age of learning and discovering things they don’t know. They often ask questions about something which is sometimes irritating with the older, especially when they don’t catch up quickly what you are explaining to him/her. But what actually is the basic thing to teach or instruct a kid are some basic activities with their hands. Kids sure love to do anything which in the way they can feel or touch it, commonly playing with toys, accessories, etc. But parents want to learn their kids at their stage with some good manners instead.
Clap. A joyful and funny activity of hands for kids is to clap their hands. It is commonly the first thing or the first lesson might a kid will learn from their bare hands, to clap. This is the best thing and the easiest thing you can teach to a kid when they at this growing age of development. Parents teach this hand activity when their kids are still babies or going to be at the age of one year. Babies can actually do clap with their hands but not with that great sound unlike a kid which is actually more funny and happy. Kids love to clap their hands together with some songs and chants singing along with their parents, especially with their mothers. They enjoy the beat it made and they appreciate their parent’s time to teach them with some funny hand activity.
Write. Before a kid goes to school, the parents have their own responsibility to handle and prepare their kids from the activities in school, especially in writing. Writing is instructed to a kid by their parents. With the help of each other and the relationship between them, commonly it will bring a good result for the kids to have a good writing skill. Though it is not easy to teach a child, especially to write something, parents have a lot of patience to them. They teach them to write their name which is basically the first words kids will write. Apparently, there are still kids who doesn’t have any appreciation or attention in writing though they love to play something with their hands but sometimes, it is not for writing holding pencils and crayons.