In 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics released an update on its guidelines for children’s exposure to screens and media.
Learn about the cognitive development, its milestones and stages, and how to help your child develop cognitive skills at home.
Preschoolers are known for their curiosity. So many of the things surrounding them constitute brand new experiences while their own
Every time you answer one of your child’s questions, you are actually fostering their cognitive development! Specifically, you’re stimulating their
After hitting the 24-month mark, you might notice that your toddler’s verbal and cognitive skills have developed so much and
As adults, our understanding of the world relies on our ability to differentiate appearances from reality. We know from experience
Have your ever wondered how your 3 or 4-year-old develops their understanding of characteristics and proprieties? When your little one
Young children are the definition of fast learners! When they are just 12 months old, they are already taking in
The American Academy of Pediatrics states that, between 36 and 48 months of age, children start developing their conceptual reasoning
According to the Cognitive Development Lab of the University of California at San Diego, children go through some dramatic cognitive
An important aspect of your kid’s cognitive development between the age of 3 and 4 is the development of different
In the last couple of years, your child has been working very hard at learning postural control, moving more independently,
According to a team of researchers from the University of Sheffield, cognitive flexibility is the ability we have to take
Although you have already seen a tremendous progress in your child’s capacity to recall events from the past, your little
You might be wondering why your child suddenly has an imaginary friend or why this fantastical company is still around
Most of us would agree that being money-wise and a good savings manager is a crucial skill for life, but
If you’ve ever watched a young child engaging with their surroundings spontaneously, you’ve noticed that young children approach daily life
Not all play involves games of tag or jumping rope. You may have seen the term “make-believe play”, “pretend play”,
Acclaimed child-development psychologist, Lev Vygotsky, proposed that imaginative play allows young children to start to understand the difference between objects
After your baby is born, getting to know anything is a new adventure, and of course the environment in which
Babies’ brains are like sponges –they are constantly absorbing, forming new ideas from stimuli in their environment. That’s how they
With the sudden boom on computers, tablets, and phones as convenient playtime devices, it seems we’ve lost a little touch
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