In early childhood development, timing is everything

Did you know that the majority of a child’s brain development happens before the age of three? That’s a lot! That makes early childhood, and...

What is executive functioning and why is it important?

A group of children are sitting in a circle with their teacher. The teacher starts passing around various toys one by one. She hands the...

Challenging conventional approaches to early childhood development

We’re peeling back the curtain and giving you a glimpse into the ever-evolving science of early childhood development (ECD). Initial assumptions about ECD stemmed from adult...

Practicing serve and return with your child

It is not random that the concept of serve and return has become a favorite for researchers, psychologists, and parents. Let us dive into what...

Attachment theory: Tips for parents

As young parents, chances are you’ve probably heard the term “attachment” many times, be it in parenting magazines, by a pediatrician, or mentioned by a...

How parents help babies develop a Theory of mind

When we attribute mental states (like emotions, intent, beliefs, etc.) to ourselves or to others, and understand that others have emotions, intent, and beliefs that...
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