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Discover the key milestones of physical, cognitive, linguistic and socio-affective child development and understand the science behind child development.

Discover the key milestones of physical, cognitive, linguistic and socio-affective child development and understand the science behind child development.

new Kinedu logo and branding

Kinedu gets a new look and new features

Key points: Kinedu emphasizes the importance of small daily changes in early childhood development. The rebrand signifies a focus on purposeful play and…

parents playing with their baby at home

Are your baby games becoming repetitive?

Key points:1. Babies benefit from repetition for brain development and feeling secure. Exploring the same activity repeatedly helps in forming and strengthening neural…

baby reaching for a rattle

Does your baby reach objets?

Key points: Babies progress quickly in their first few months, with newfound hand coordination allowing them to interact with their surroundings. Between 3…

two toddlers singing happily

How to sing with a toddler

Key points: Socioemotional benefits: Singing is a shared activity that builds social skills, regulates emotions, and models self-care. Physical, cognitive, and linguistic benefits:…

importance of play

The importance of play in child development

Key points: Play is crucial for a happy, healthy childhood. Recognizing its decline, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends “prescriptions for play.” Beyond…

mothers singing to their babies

Benefits of singing to your baby

Key points: Singing to your baby has developmental and emotional benefits, including strengthening your parental bond and teaching your child how to listen…

little boy dancing

Benefits of dancing for kids

Key points: Dancing helps in developing the thinking and gross motor skills of a child. Parents can start fostering their child’s musical and…

child playing with wooden toys

Benefits of wooden toys

Key points: Play is an excellent way for children to learn, and wooden toys are a great option for open-ended, creative and free…

little boy surrounded by numbers

Math skills 36-48 months

Key points: Children at this stage have developed basic math skills and are starting to understand the concepts of parts and wholes, counting…

little boy laughing and playing with an abacus

Math skills 24-36 months

Key points: Children develop number awareness by recognizing numbers, understanding how counting works, and learning one-to-one correspondence. Sorting and classifying objects is an…

little boy stacking blocks

Math skills 12-24 months

Key points: Early mathematical concepts in children are developed through their routines, experiences, and interactions with their environment and caregivers. Children’s number sense…

baby inside a present box

Math skills 0-12 months

Key points:1. Babies start developing math skills from birth, recognizing quantities and patterns.2. Early math concepts like “more” and “enough” begin to make…

giraffe toy with wheels

Benefits of mechanical toys

Key points:1. Toys provide a valuable opportunity for children to learn and explore.2. Mechanical toys, like building blocks and shape sorting kits, offer…

little girl with binoculars in the woods

Benefits of outdoor play 

Key points: Outdoor environments provide children with space and opportunities to engage in free play, develop their self-identity and independence, and explore their…

sad little boy sitting by himself

Lack of engagement

Key points: Lack of engagement can be a major curiosity killer for children, and engaging with them while they explore and learn can…

little girl picking a flower

Curiosity in children

Key points: Early childhood exploration is key to learning, but parents may unintentionally restrict their child’s learning due to safety concerns or apprehension….

scared little boy hugging a stuffed animal

Fear in children

Key points: Fear helps us identify threats and has been a successful survival mechanism for centuries. Babies are born with only two innate…