Did you know, on average, kids ask 288 questions per day? Wow, that’s a lot of questions! Children form curiosity before they even say their first word. Have you ever seen a baby point to something new or unusual? This is the baby trying to ask a question!
Asking questions is an important part of brain development. Allowing kids to ask questions can be help develop critical thinking, communication skills and even creativity! All of these skills play a key role in intellectual wellness.
- Critical Thinking
Kids can practice intellectual wellness by writing down their questions and drawing a picture to go with them in a wonder journal!
Here’s How You Do It:
- Print a Wonder Journal
- Write down all of the big questions that come to mind throughout the week to strengthen the logic side of your brain
- Draw a picture for each question to help strengthen the creative side of your brain
Parents, you can help build your child’s intellectual wellness by encouraging their questions and helping find the answer!