Teach a Child to Crochet

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Teach a Child to Crochet

Children are sometimes hard to motivate to get active and learn new things, especially with all of the electronic distractions available these days. Teaching kids to crochet has proven to have significant benefits -- improved academic performance, better socialization, patience, and comprehension. As for adults, crocheting can calm a child's mind, making it easier for him or her to focus, listen, and grasp concepts and instructions. Eye-hand coordination, concentration, and reading skills are also enhanced. The benefits are not only educational -- crocheting helps a child build creativity and a sense of accomplishment. Usually the best time to start to teach kids basic crochet is around 5 to 7 years old. For more information, check out the resources provided by www.craftyarncouncil.com.



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