When your child is born, your adventure together begins. Along this exciting new journey, you’ll encounter several checkpoints–or development milestones–together.
Category: Scientific Edge
In the scientific edge category, you will find articles about the science behind your child’s development.
How we turn leading research studies into quick activities for you and your little one. Kinedu’s goal is to help
We’re pulling back the curtain and giving you a glimpse into the ever-evolving science of early childhood development (ECD). Initial
“Change the beginning and you will change the whole story.” – Dr. Dimitri Christakis During the first three years of
After your baby is born, getting to know anything is a new adventure, and of course the environment in which
Why do, all of a sudden, adults become fluent in “motherese” or baby-talk when there’s a baby in the proximity?
Chances are you’ve come across the terms babywearing, baby carrier, or baby wrap, as these seem to have taken over
Babies’ brains are like sponges –they are constantly absorbing, forming new ideas from stimuli in their environment. That’s how they
Music has become a natural part of a toddler’s development and growth, it can kickstart learning, and has proven to offer
Whether it’s play or companionship, pets bring their owners’ plenty of joy. But did you know that the benefits go
As we now know, babies’ brains are highly vulnerable especially during the first months of life. Opposite as we once
It’s every parent’s dream. Their child learns to read at age 2, play Beethoven at age 4, learn calculus by
Have you ever wondered why picking your baby up feels like the most instinctive thing in the world? Turns out
It’s an exciting time for parents to witness their little one reaching a milestone, whether it is the first time he smiles,
There is nothing more striking in life than watching babies in awe while they explore the world around them for the
According to the World Health Organization, more than 15 million premature babies are born each year. Premature refers to a
Summer vacations are over, and children who did not receive access to enriching learning opportunities are falling behind those children who
What characterizes play and makes it so special? Play is fun: babies giggle contagiously over Peek-a-boo or they enjoy playing
Across the globe, people use tools like FaceTime and Skype to connect with family and friends through video chat. But
Does your toddler find it hard to learn new words? Have you observed the environment they are exposed to when
*Photo by: Chen Yu Do your eyes frequently wander off while playing with your baby? If you do, it’s time
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