For this reason, educationalists have asserted that a kind of balance has to be maintained between the important and the so- called trivial ways of study, so that it facilitates all round development of the child. This is what they call, Creative Learning. Which is a blend of the formal and more interactive and interesting way of studying, so that the child does not merely read about, but is exposed to the practical things of life, thereby improving his faculties and thus having a better understanding of his surroundings. For this, it is not necessary to chart out a very high profile plan with an expert with a lot of fee. In fact you should do it in accordance with your child’s likes and dislikes and according to your own discretion as a responsible parent.
Therefore, trainers and young parents, who are teaching a child at home, should draw a plan and divide the child’s lesson accordingly. So if the morning is dedicated to the alphabets and evenings to basic science then, apart from just reading about the plants, take them out to the garden and let them touch the leaves and fruits and flowers. If you have older children in the house, encourage them to perform the experiments that they have studied and take an active interest in helping them out so that they know what they are learning is greatly appreciated. Draw out a plan where you have equal hours dedicated to study, play and any other extra curricular activities that he might like to follow.
The bottom line is not just to leave them alone with their books and enquire only when the annual report comes in. if you do not look into his development yourself, and then there is no use complaining when he does not turn out to your liking.