Tag: memory and attention

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...

What is executive functioning and why is it important?

A group of children are sitting in a circle with their teacher. The teacher starts passing around various toys one by one. She hands the...

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...

Give your baby the best start through play

Why playing with your little one at an early age is the best thing you can do Scientists know the secret to a happy and healthy...

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...

Building serve and return interactions with your little one

"Change the beginning and you will change the whole story." - Dr. Dimitri Christakis During the first three years of life, your baby will develop 90%...
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