Hello, welcome to the crafting kids! Today I want to share with you the importance of having a learning wall and how I have created one for my son. The main reason to make this learning wall was that I don’t get time to open so many books everyday for reading. I wanted a place where we could both sit together and talk and to make this place more interesting and stimulating I have made this learning wall and have made it inviting for him. Whenever I introduce a new concept to him, I feel this wall helps me bring the subject to life.

It is simple to make, not expensive at all. All you need are a few chart papers for the background. try to avoid dull colors, use bright colors and better if it is your child's favorite. The child should feel attracted towards it. Then think of what your child is interested in, take printouts, laminate them if necessary and paste them onto the wall, I have used paper tape.

So let me show you what is all up on our wall. Please note that this is not in the corner of the house, this is the main wall of the house, this is the room we spend most of our time of the day. I change the printouts every month, except for a couple of them which are constant. To decide what to put up on your wall, you have to follow your child, know his interests, or you can ask your child what he would like to see on his wall.

Links to Printables:

Map of India, I downloaded from HERE

Part 1 of Famous Landmarks of India Chart FREE download HERE

Dolch Sight Words, I downloaded from HERE

Weather Chart FREE download HERE

Seven days of the Week FREE download HERE

Tayo Bus song lyrics FREE download HERE

Paw Patrol and PJ Masks songs' lyrics FREE download HERE

Planets Chart FREE download HERE

Numbers 1- 10 Counting Chart FREE download HERE

Numbers Chart 1- 50 FREE download HERE

Five Little Pumpkins song (by Super Simple Songs) lyrics FREE download HERE

Opposites Chart, I downloaded from HERE



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