Early Childhood Education at home is good for our kids –why are we saying it’s not? Parents of young children
Tag: concept learning
Engaging in shared attention efforts is one of the easiest ways to bond with your child while supporting their development.
There are only so many times you can play Patty Cake or read Goodnight Moon. No matter how many toys
The benefits of singing to your baby from a young age are well documented, but the fun really begins when
It is not random that the concept of serve and return has become a favorite for researchers, psychologists, and parents.
From day one, your little one is learning language just by listening to people around them. They listens to stories
“Change the beginning and you will change the whole story.” – Dr. Dimitri Christakis During the first three years of
At around 29 months, your little one will reach a very interesting milestone: understanding that some things are theirs and
When we attribute mental states (like emotions, intent, beliefs, etc.) to ourselves or to others, and understand that others have
Children are born curious and as they grow their curiosity and learning grow with them. Curiosity has been characterized as
During your little one’s first years their brain will make trillions of connections, and their experiences, whether positive or negative,
Have you noticed that when you do something, your little one wants to do the same? If you have a
As adults, we know one of the most important things we need to know is how to work well with
During their first years, home is the place where your child is going to spend most of their time. So,
It’s well known that music has a positive effect on the brain, even babies inside their mother’s womb react to
Is listening to music going to make your child smarter? Not exactly, but researchers suggest it will create new pathways
As little ones develop their sense of confidence and independence, they’ll need their parents or primary caregivers to make them
We’ve previously discussed how your little one starts communicating through gestures since they’re around 5 months and how different types
Mathematical concepts in young children emerge from the play experiences they have every day. At first, as your baby learns
We’ve previously talked about your child’s fine motor skills during the first years. At this stage, a question might arise
In the first part of this article we discussed the importance of object manipulation and some things you can do
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