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Kids pronouncing tongue twisters

Rhymes and tongue twisters

From day one, your little one is learning language just by listening to people around them. They listens to stories…

Woman introducing solids to babies

A speechy start to solids

Introducing solids to a baby is very exciting. And since we use the same parts of our mouth for eating…

Toddlers sharing crayons

Is it mine or is it yours?

At around 29 months, your little one will reach a very interesting milestone: understanding that some things are theirs and…

little boy surrounded by numbers

Math skills 36-48 months

Right at this point, your little one has developed many basic math skills! They went from simply recognizing and anticipating…

giraffe toy with wheels

Benefits of mechanical toys

Kids love toys. I imagine you’ve witnessed your little one’s expression of awe and excitement when going into a toy…

little boy running

Ready? Let’s run!

In the physical developmental area, there are a few skills that your little one will master soon. If we focus…

little girl drawing

Drawing and literacy

Drawing is a huge accomplishment for your little one. Plus, there are plenty of skills fostered by drawing, like holding…

sad little boy sitting by himself

Absence: Curiosity killer

We have referred to the importance of curiosity before and have given recommendations to keep it alive. Today we will…

little girl picking a flower

Restrictions: Curiosity killer

We learn when we experiment, and during early childhood exploring new environments and having a chance to understand them is…

scared little boy hugging a stuffed animal

Fear: Curiosity killer

As with any other emotion, fear has its own purpose: it helps us identify threats. It has been a very…

little girl brushing her teeth

Hand coordination: 36-48 months

You’ve watched your child go from uncontrolled hand movements to bringing objects to the middle part of their body, and…

little girl feeding her teddy bear

Language and play: Toy talk

We have previously mentioned the importance of play in our blog, and this time we’ll be adding some new research…

mom kissing her son while playing a board game

The benefits of board games

Playing games may sound like an activity not aimed for learning. Some might even define it as a misuse of…

parents and little girl reading a book

Language skills: Grammar

Every day is a learning day with your little one. We have talked about the development of language before and…

little girl in a cape jumping to her mom's arms

Becoming a jumping master

We know that physical activity has become an important part of your daily routine with your little one, and that…

babies in a play date

Play date tips & tricks

1. Activity Prep I always recommend preparing at least one structured activity –especially for our younger friends. Some simple ideas…

curiosity and learning: little boy playing with flowers outdoors

Curiosity: A passion for learning

Children are born curious and as they grow their curiosity and learning grow with them. Curiosity has been characterized as…

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