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Here's a quick review of some of the best rhyming games for toddlers, as well as the important skills your child will learn as she plays.
It's bedtime, and your 4-year-old is ready for her nightly story, and you reach for a worn, beloved print book instead of an eReader stocked with fairy tales. Most parents shy away from eBooks for kids, but can they help your young reader?
Play dough can enhance children's cognitive development, fine motor skills, language development, and science and mathematical understanding.
Summarizes Piaget's and Vygotsky's views on the cognitive development of children and suggests ways for parents to maximize children's cognitive potential.
Summarizes 17 ways to assist infants and toddlers to learn about themselves, about being in relationships, and basic concepts needed to learn about the world.
Some experts say you should re-think your pledge for your child's total happiness. Here's what you should be focusing on instead.
Summarizes problem solving strategies, with the use of algorithms and heuristics, and ways these strategies can be taught in the classroom.
No one's really ready for the first time their little angel lashes out in anger. Once toddler aggression is in full swing, parents can find themselves bullied to their wits' end. Find out what's normal, and how to curb aggressive actions.
Learn about the development and components of the curriculum ideas of High/Scope, renamed the cognitively oriented curriculum.
Describes how children construct mathematics from birth and throughout life through cognitive development and interaction with their environment.
Here's how you can raise a sparkling conversationalist.
Examines how motor skills are an essential component of many areas of child development including social skills, emotional regulation, and cognitive abilities.
Get the lowdown on the best way to educate English Language Learners.
It's a long road to fluency and there are many way to promote language acquisition. Here are a few tactics to help get your youngster talking.
Provides ideas for creating an environment and using activities to foster cognitive development in children from ten months through two years of age.
Families have an important role in meeting the educational and developmental needs of their children.
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