Let your kids experiment by making play dough or growing sugar crystals.

Kids are constantly learning about the world around them, and the main way they do this is through interacting with things.

When you allow children to experiment with things around them, they to start to learn how things work for themselves. This also stimulates their sense of curiosity – and that’s the foundation for learning later in life. 

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See the UNICEF Australia Resources Hub for more advice, tips and activities to support you and your family through the coronavirus pandemic, from UNICEF experts in health, early childhood development, education, and child protection.

 
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