Engaging in shared attention efforts is one of the easiest ways to bond with your child while supporting their development.
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There are only so many times you can play Patty Cake or read Goodnight Moon. No matter how many toys
During their first month, your baby spent most of the time sleeping and eating. That’s totally normal, but, as time
A group of children are sitting in a circle with their teacher. The teacher starts passing around various toys one
The benefits of singing to your baby from a young age are well documented, but the fun really begins when
Why playing with your little one at an early age is the best thing you can do Scientists know the
“Change the beginning and you will change the whole story.” – Dr. Dimitri Christakis During the first three years of
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
Children are born curious and as they grow their curiosity and learning grow with them. Curiosity has been characterized as
School is out and your little one will need enriching learning opportunities outside the classroom. We know that keeping your
During your little one’s first years their brain will make trillions of connections, and their experiences, whether positive or negative,
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
Since they are still very young, children need cues and pauses to do the things we ask them to do.
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
At around 18 months your child will be able to use utensils and drinking cups during meal times. However, before
We’ve previously talked about the importance of gestures in your child’s language development. In this article, we will pinpoint different
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