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An overview of current thinking on the definitions of creativity and creative ability, particularly in the context of problem solving.
Read how a child's brain develops during infancy and early childhood and how parents and caregivers can help develop children's intelligence.
Examines how toys should be selected that stimulate the imagination, dramatic play, or creativity of children.  Find toy ideas in various developmental domains.
Summarizes the eight intelligences including teaching strategies that promote learning in each intelligence.
Bodily/kinesthetic intelligence should be recognized and valued in early childhood curriculum. Suggestions are provided.
Describes the mathematical intelligence that have been commonly attended to in the classroom.
This article discusses how play is related to creativity, and how both play and creativity play a role in problem-solving among young children.
Research shows that both heredity and the environment influence intelligence. This article delves into the details of both factors.
Three different factors influence intelligent behavior in Sternberg's triarchic model of intelligence.
If you've ever been stumped as to why your child's ditched his pricey new toy for the box it came in, you're not alone. Avoid spending a fortune and keep your kid's interest with these great toys for every age.
A list and description of Gardner's proposed eight types of intelligences and examples of relevant behaviors.
Lists common characteristics and abilities of highly creative people.
Did you know that a child’s awareness of music begins very early? Music and movement activities are essential for young childrens' development.
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