Tag: concept learning

Early Childhood Education at home is good for our kids –why are we saying it’s not?

Parents of young children are having a tough year. We are expected to work, be our children’s teachers, keep them safe, handle day-to-day tasks… and...

What is joint attention and why does it matter?

Engaging in shared attention efforts is one of the easiest ways to bond with your child while supporting her development. “Hey, Dad! Look over here! Look...

Are your baby games becoming repetitive?

Why baby learning games are meant to be played over and over (and over) again. There’s only so many times you can play Patty Cake or...

Singing with your baby: Toddler edition

The benefits of singing to your baby from a young age are well documented, but the fun really begins when your baby is old enough...

Practicing serve and return with your child

It is not random that the concept of serve and return has become a favorite for researchers, psychologists, and parents. Let us dive into what...

Rhymes and tongue twisters

From day one, your little one is learning language just by listening to people around her. She listens to stories told by you, conversations between...
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