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  • Spring Activities for Kids
    February 28, 2017  

    Spring, the season of new beginnings, is one of the most pleasant seasons. Even wordsmiths have witnessed the beauty of spring and have expressed in beautiful ways. It’s the time when nature adorns the city with its natural elements. It has signification in everyone’s culture; hence it is one of the most important and much awaited seasons across the globe. It is also a time where kids enjoy their school break. While many of you […]

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  • The Importance of Global Education
    February 7, 2017  

    Coevals are passed in the educational system with basic subjects in elementary school and the addition of special electives in secondary schools. However, today’s kids are a lot more than math, science, and social studies. They are exposed to the 70% of the globe and the activities around through the various screened gadgets present around us. Millennials are more anxious to know about worldly activities than older adults in today’s time. For this reason, it […]

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  • Best Types of Books to Read to Young Children
    January 19, 2017  

    When you read to your child, you are not only introducing them to a new world; you are also exposing them to new ideas and skills that can contribute to how they learn and how they develop as they become older. There are all kinds of children’s books that you can choose from to read to your little one. However, there are specific types of children’s books that can target your child’s skill sets and […]

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  • Creating New Year’s Resolutions with Your Child
    December 27, 2016  
    Creating New Year’s Resolutions with Your Child

    For parents and adults in general, New Years’ resolutions are a way to review and evaluate the past year and determine lifestyle changes you may want to make to better your livelihood and overall well-being. However, your child can make resolutions too! By creating New Years’ resolutions with your child, you can empower them to change their behavior or work towards learning or perfecting a new skill. Although they won’t be able to make goals […]

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  • Literacy in Early Education
    December 16, 2016  
    Literacy in Early Education

    Establishing literacy in children involves exposing them to spoken and written words in the world around them with activities such as sharedbook reading, and having one-on-one conversations with them. However, new findings in research are saying that this isn’t enough anymore. In fact, a study by Wasik&Hindman (2010) found that reading a book with a child only accounted for 10 percent of the variability of the child’s literacy skills. Instead, they found that skill-based involvement […]

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  • The Gift of Giving
    November 30, 2016  
    The gift of giving

    As we enter December, we enter the season of giving. This is the time of year where millions all over the world try to give back in any way they can, from volunteering their time to help with a good cause to even donating clothes and toys for those less fortunate. While you’re out scrambling to find the perfect holiday gift for your child, think about also giving them the gift of giving. While they’re […]

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  • Why Reading to Your Child is Important
    November 14, 2016  
    why reading to your child is important

    Children as young as two years old have the ability to pick up and learn important traits and skills from the world around them. One of the ways to promote learning in children is by reading to them. Besides promoting a growing imagination and basic reading skills, reading has the ability to instill these important characteristics in children: Speech Skills – Reading to young children reinforces certain speech and reading patterns that helps in their […]

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  • The Benefits of a Montessori Education for Your Child
    September 14, 2016  

    The Montessori teaching philosophy all began with Maria Montessori’s vision for education. As a leader, dedicated to her craft, she recognized a strong need in the early 1990s for education reform. Her mission was to train educators on how to teach young children more than just academic skills. She referred to this method as training the whole child. Dr. Montessori’s teaching philosophy was based on three fundamental principles: individual liberty, observation, and preparation of the […]

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  • Practical Life Activities for Preschoolers
    August 29, 2016  

    One of the most important skills that children need to learn is how to become independent adults. As part of the village that leads them, it is the responsibility of the surrounding adults to guide them along the way. Teachers, parents, and caregivers must show kids how to perform activities successfully on their own. This process begins when toddlers first learn to walk without help, soon after they figure out how to run, shortly thereafter […]

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  • Practical Life Activities for Preschoolers
    August 21, 2016  

    Montessori practical life activities for children aged 3 through 6 may appear silly at a quick glance, but with closer examination, these clever exercises are a sequential chain of logic-driven events designed to lead the child to impressive feats. For instance, consider the basic task of pouring water. No big deal, right? Any able-bodied person can pour water. But if you delve deeper and recognize that the act of pouring water is introduced after a […]

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