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Early Childhood Education at home is good for our kids –why are we saying it’s not? Parents of young children
How to tow the fine line between authoritarian and authoritative parenting. Once our babies grow up, parenting becomes less about
Did you know that the majority of a child’s brain development happens before the age of three? That’s a lot!
A group of children are sitting in a circle with their teacher. The teacher starts passing around various toys one
Find tips and tricks for supporting your child’s development from home. There’s a lot of information to process right now.
When there is a child with special needs in the family, siblings may literally have to take the backseat –to
Let’s talk about some easy ways to give your kids resolutions this year. Maybe you want to help them work
Introducing solids to a baby is very exciting. And since we use the same parts of our mouth for eating
Play is an excellent way in which your little one can learn. We recommend all types of play! They can
Right at this point, your little one has developed many basic math skills! They went from simply recognizing and anticipating
Your little one’s math skills keep growing, and as they become older, they also move on to more complicated concepts.
As we stated in the first part of this article, even though your little one was born with a basic
From day one, your baby started interacting with their environment. As they do this, they will use math concepts to
Once your little one has mastered the art of walking, they will find themselves walking whenever they get the chance!
Witnessing your little one’s first steps is an exhilarating experience, and it’s about to become even more interesting! Once you
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this article, we discussed some of the first milestones that your little one
In Part 1 of this article, we discussed some of the first milestones your little one will accomplish. Now, we’ll
In this article, we want to discuss a very cool milestone you’ll see in your little one’s physical journey: standing
Your little one was born with an innate curiosity for exploration. Their play can be flexible, changeable, and multifaceted, and
You’ve watched your child go from uncontrolled hand movements to bringing objects to the middle part of their body, and
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