“There’s increasing evidence that children gain a lot from going to preschool,” says Parents advisor Kathleen McCartney, PhD, dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. “At preschool, they become exposed to numbers, letters, and shapes. And, more important, they learn how to socialize — get along with other children, share, contribute to
Children are not born with a natural aversion to reading. We know that. We see what happens when we introduce toddlers to books. They fall in love. They carry their favorites around and admire the pictures over and over again. we will see the 10 Reasons Non-readers Don’t Read Why, then, is reading such a
Beautiful Thanksgiving Turkey Hand Prints!
Cute and easy turkey project!
“Mommy, I need you,” he calls from his darkened room. I know he’s made a space next to him in his narrow twin-sized bed — a space I’ve been filling since it was an impossibly tiny toddler bed and, to some degree, even a crib.
Quiet Down Song: Now it’s time to quiet down! Quiet down, quiet down. Now it’s time to quiet down, That’s much better! It Calms The Kids Songs and rhymes are a great way that helps your kid developing his communication and language skills. It’s never too late to begin rhyming with your kid. It is
(Sung to the tune: Here we go round the mulberry bush) Do you know what shape this is? Shape this is, shape this is. Do you know what shape this is I’m holding in my hand? (Call a child’s name and then also ask what color)
Reading is key to all academic success. Let me repeat this! Reading is key to all academic success! It can either set a solid foundation for all future success, or if not mastered at an early age, can cause frustration and anxiety in a child. Additionally, it’s our goal to help children everywhere become confident