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...

Building serve and return interactions with your little one

"Change the beginning and you will change the whole story." - Dr. Dimitri Christakis During the first three years of life, your baby will develop 90%...

Encouraging my little one’s discovery, art and science interests!

After your baby is born, getting to know anything is a new adventure, and of course the environment in which your child grows up has...

The science behind baby-talk: More than a guilty pleasure!

Why is it that adults become all of a sudden fluent in “motherese” when there’s a baby in the proximity? When you find yourself in the...

Close to your heart: Babywearing 101

Chances are you’ve come across the terms babywearing, baby carrier, or baby wrap, as these seem to have taken over social-media feeds, parenting blogs, and...

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...
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