When we became parents, we found that the toys our kids play with were overstimulating. Kids get bored with them easily. Most of the toys don’t allow children to think and imagine on their own, and they are designed to be consumed at a fast pace.
Teaching your kids photography is a great way to spend time and bond with them. Through activities like guided photo walks and photo challenges, your children get to learn extracurricular skills outside the walls of the classroom. Additionally, photography helpsdevelop your child's voice and identity, as it gives them the chance to express themselves visually.
Our Little Photographer Feature in March is Kara from Los Angeles. She has great eye and it shows in her photos. Click to see more of her adventures in Paris with her Father's Factory Wooden Digital Camera.