Learning is not necessarily associated with letters and numbers
It is important for children to discover and build up their self-esteem. Independent everyday life tasks are a good way to promote this process.
A particularly nice way is going shopping together and writing up or drawing a shopping list for each child.
Everyone gets their list and at the entrance to the supermarket, and off they go: this helps children learn how to find their way around, make decisions and ask other people for help if, for example, the shelf is too high. Later, you meet up again at the check-out counter, compare the lists with the baskets and take real pride in the kids’ performance!