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Your attempts to introduce your kid to new foods have failed: he won't eat a thing! Most parents deal with picky eating habits for kids, but what if your child's selective diet preferences signal a deeper issue?
From the terrible twos on, learning how to manage your child's aggression can be tricky. With these tips, you can help eliminate preschool bullying.
Power struggles with toddlers take many parents by surprise. In the blink of an eye, your sweet, happy baby has been replaced with an impossible handful. So, what are the triggers, and how do you deal? Find out.
With a little preparation and a few fool-proof activities, errands can quickly become fun learning experiences. Here's how.
Examines the relationship of theory to social play including cognitive-developmental theory, psychosocial theory, and sociocultural theory.
Provides a list of activities to develop prewriting skills in preschoolers and primary-aged children and ideas to make handwriting fun for struggling writers.
Regardless of whether pre-k is right for your child, the option will most likely be coming to your town soon, if it's not there already.
Avoid drill-and-kill practice and prep your preschooler for the classroom with these fun outdoor activities.
Friendships are an important part of childhood and they typically progress through phases. Describes children's friendship pattern from age 3 to adolescents.
Read about dramatic play, and as a child's primary learning tool, play is the most important learning activity in the preschool classroom.
Explores the math process skills of problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing in the early childhood years.
Learn about the development and components of the curriculum ideas of High/Scope, renamed the cognitively oriented curriculum.
Bodily/kinesthetic intelligence should be recognized and valued in early childhood curriculum. Suggestions are provided.
What materials can your preschool or kindergarten-aged child play with that will help nurture their cognitive development?
Learn ways you can provide opportunities for your child in preschool to develop oral comprehension and written language skills.
The main features and the teacher's role in several early childhood programs are compared.  Waldorf, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Head Start and others included.
This article describes and discusses about the personalities and classroom behaviors of passive children.  The passive child is characterized as aimless and
This article discusses the changes that are taking place in early childhood education such as full-day, full-year services and technology in the classroom.
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