Creating a positive learning environment at home

Babies’ brains are like sponges –they are constantly absorbing, forming new ideas from stimuli in their environment. That’s how they learn. According to a recent...

The first years: Fine motor skills

Your baby will reach countless milestones during her first year. The most noticeable and exciting ones will be the gross motor skills like turning, sitting,...

Developing a sense of self

How do babies develop a sense of self? When does this realization occur? Does your little one recognize herself in the mirror? That’s only one...

Teaching our children to cope with challenges

Children who develop helpful coping strategies are more likely to become resilient by working through their worries and reducing stress. Coping strategies are what we do...

The value of FaceTime: Do toddlers learn and bond with people over video chat?

Across the globe, people use tools like FaceTime and Skype to connect with family and friends. What about our children? Do they understand and grow...

Independent play: Encouraging exploration and creativity

Teaching toddlers to play independently helps them build creativity and critical-thinking skills, and helps parents catch a break too! Independent play is important because it...
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