Using board games to teach and reinforce early mathematical learning is a fun and easy way to ensure that your preschooler is ready to enter school. Below you will find a list of games that you can play at home with your child.
Parenting Preschoolers & Toddlers
Toddlers and preschoolers are fun, energetic, creative and constantly growing and learning. Parenting a toddler or preschool-age child can have even the most patient and experienced parent or caregiver searching for tips and advice to help with a variety of needs, from keeping curious youngsters safe, to maintaining a consistent nap time and bed time, to correctly handling imaginary friends, missed milestones, tantrums and more. You’ll find articles and opinion pieces written by early education professionals, caregivers and parents of preschoolers.
Use these tips to help you get together all the things you need to start a home daycare with minimal stress. From deciding whether you have what you need, to actually opening the doors, there are some must-dos and some tips to guide you on your way.
Will my child be the youngest in class? Is my child mature and social enough to join kindergarten? Am I giving my child any academic advantage by holding him back from kindergarten? These are some questions in the minds of the parents who aren’t sure what age is appropriate for kindergarten.
Life is a learning experience, every day and every activity provides us with an opportunity to teach our children. Children are fascinated by animals, so why not take the opportunity to help them learn about these creatures whenever the opportunity arises? These nature activities will show you how!
Little Jenny is capable of carrying along a happy conversation with herself – and inanimate objects – when not directly supervised. What purpose, if any, does her self-directed speech serve? There are several theories. In this article we’ll look at them from a psychological perspective.
Are teachers the only ones who should be involved in a child’s life educationally? While many parents feel that the learning should be left for the classroom I happen to think differently. Here I will set out to explain why it is better to be your child’s first teacher.