By Tasha Miller
Young children are our most naturally curious community members. They try to understand the world around them by exploring through their senses, seeing, hearing, touching, tasting and smelling.
They love to take things apart and repeat the same experiment over and over to explore how and why things work.
As caregivers, we can support curiosity by modeling inquiry, inviting children to problem-solve and explore new ideas.
Over time, little ones can learn to develop questions, design investigations, and expand their understanding of new concepts an ideas.
All by asking simple open-ended questions!
What is an open ended question you like to ask your little one? Tell us in the comments below 👇