Do you remember that one thing your teacher creatively taught in school, and you still remember it as an adult? That's because when things are taught creatively, it goes and settles in our brain and is retained forever.
Recognition of color is just one of the things we adults take for granted in this world. But did you know even though colors might seem ever apparent to us, it's not quite the same for our preschoolers?
Finding a suitable preschool activity for your 3-year-old can be far more challenging than you can imagine. Just when you think you are done with having the curriculum taken care of, you need to select appropriate activities to jumpstart their learning.
We are bombarded with articles and images on the importance of good health and nutrition, kids' food, maintaining a balanced diet, eating healthy, and taking care of our bodies.
All kids love their ABCs, but if we want to take things a few notches further and have them perfect the alphabet, our activities must be both memorable and fun.
There are two main things that affect a child's growth and development: one is nature, and the other is nurturing. Personality refers to what the child is born with.
If the foundation of a building is strong, it's half the job done! Similarly, if your child's preschool learning is robust, it will lay the groundwork for their future growth - because that's where formal education begins.
As parents, we want only the best for our children. Especially when it comes to their development. And development begins even when the child is under six months old.
Mental health is just as important as our physical and even spiritual health.
So, you’re nearly done with the terrible twos and wondering what the third year might have in store.