The joy of discovery is how children learn.
One who learns as a child, to what can he be likened
To ink written on fresh paper
[Mishna, Ethics of the Fathers, 4:20]
For young children, every discovery is a wonder: They are fascinated by a strawberry growing or fruit turning into jelly. As they learn and create, new and surprising things are often revealed, such as jelly stains that resemble donkeys or faces. The smile of a supportive adult, such as a grandparent, adds warmth .and flavor to the new learning
Reading together, experiencing together