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Cheerful children having fun doing finger painting

Tips for building a child's imagination

Young children tend to be curious, have great imagination and enormous creative capacity. QUT Associate Professor Dr Susan Irvine says these are valuable qualities that support learning throughout life, and should be nurtured from an early age.  

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Can You Find It?

Use your cell phone to take pictures of things in your room, like a chair, a table, or the refrigerator. Ask your child to look at your cell phone picture and say, “Can you find it in the room?” As your child gets good at this, you can make it a little harder.

This game helps your child make connections between pictures (symbols) and real objects. This skill is a basic for reading (where written marks stand for words) and math (where numbers stand for quantities of things), and is essential in learning.

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Vroom uses the science of early learning to help your child thrive with bite-sized activities that support brain growth.