My preschooler’s memory skills: storing and recalling memories

The American Academy of Pediatrics says that between 36 and 48 months of age, your preschooler is working hard to develop her memory skills. From...

Helping the development of my child’s memory skills

As you can observe from your own experience, memory is not only a muscle that needs lots of exercise, it’s also directly correlated to what...

The relationship between attachment, attention, and memory skills

Attachment became a buzzword in pediatrics and developmental psychology when London’s psychiatrist John Bowlby used the term to describe the deep emotional bond that two...

Responsible use of media to support my child’s development

In 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics released an update on its guidelines for children’s exposure to screens and medias. According to their recommendations, children...

Encouraging my preschooler to ask questions

Preschoolers are known for their curiosity. So many of the things surrounding them constitute brand new experiences while their own capacity to take in and...

When children ask questions, they are learning how to solve problems

Every time you answer one of your daughter’s questions, you are actually fostering her cognitive development! Specifically, you're stimulating her reasoning and problem-solving skills which,...
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