Preschool and Seventh Grade Educational and Parenting Articles

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Examines how toys should be selected that stimulate the imagination, dramatic play, or creativity of children.  Find toy ideas in various developmental domains.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is the leading cause of death in infants and every parent's worst nightmare. Get our tips for preventing SIDS and helping your baby sleep safely.
Breastfeeding's often touted as a blissful bonding experience for mama and baby, but the reality is often more complicated than expected. Avoid and treat these common nursing problems with these tips.
Characteristics of social play are discussed to include variations in the development of social play, sociodramatic play, and play as expression of feelings.
Summarizes the four phases of developmental progression that children experience during the acquisition of motor skills.
Summarizes some of the key elements of the Reggio Emilia model including teacher collaboration, the Atelierista, the importance of documentation, and project
Describes the key elements of the Reggio Emilia approach; including the classroom environment and the essential partnerships of the parent, students, and
Examines the theoretical basis and a critical component,called the plan-do-review sequence, of the High/Scope curriculum model.
Summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of home-based, center-based, and home-center service models to educate young children with special needs.
Provides a description of six assessments commonly used in the preschool years to evaluate young children's language development.
The article discusses how community, home, school, peers, and media exert a greater or lesser influence on children’s learning, depending on their age.
Friendships are an important part of childhood and they typically progress through phases. Describes children's friendship pattern from age 3 to adolescents.
Aggression is a normal part of a preschooler's development.  Your child will eventually outgrow it, but here's what you can do to help.
Is your child five years old? If you are considering enrolling him in kindergarten, but not totally sure he's ready, here are few tips to help guide your
Preschoolers develop at an astonishing rate! Here's some advice on what to expect as a parent and what you can do to help your preschooler grow socially,
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