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Self Esteem and Your Child’s Motivation

Have you ever thought about your child’s future and said something like, “I don’t mind if they’re never rich and famous so long as they’re happy?” Some parents want their children to feel good about themselves first; some adults will teach their children that self-worth comes from reaching goals.

Understand Your Child

Understanding your child is one of the most important things that you should learn as a parent. It is very helpful in becoming effective in guiding and nurturing your child as they grow and mature. You need to bear in mind that your child has a unique personality trait that remains consistent throughout life.

6 Things to Consider When Monitoring Your Family’s Screen Time

Kids today spend much of their time in front of a screen, be it a TV, computer, smartphone or iPad. Technology has many positive uses and can provide helpful information, but like anything else there needs to be a balance in how much time is spent using electronics.

10 Reasons Why Handheld Devices Should Be Banned for Children Under the Age of 12

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Canadian Society of Pediatrics state that infants aged 0-2 years should not have any exposure to technology, 3-5 years be restricted to one hour per day, and 6-18 years restricted to 2 hours per day.

Don't prepare the path for the child; prepare the child for the path.

Among some of the most interesting generational trends is the role of parenting. Are parents dedicated to the work of preparing their children for what are likely to encounter in life, equipping them to make the best choices?

The Secret to Raising Smart Kids

A brilliant student, Rohit, sailed through grade school. He completed his assignments easily and routinely earned As. Rohit puzzled over why some of his classmates struggled, and his parents told him he had a special gift

Nothing lights up a child's brain like play

  1. cognitive skills – like math and problem solving in a pretend grocery store
  2. physical abilities – like balancing blocks and running on the playground
  3. new vocabulary – like the words they need to play with toy dinosaurs
  4. social skills – like playing together in a pretend car wash

Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed

This is one of the most famous quotes of Dr. Maria Montessori.

Rather than give the message, “When you are in trouble, you scream and I rescue you,” we would like to convey the feeling, “I think you can handle it, but if not, I am here.”

Fact or Fiction? Early Speech and Language Development

Do you ever wonder if boys really do talk later than girls? Or if it’s confusing to speak two languages to a child?
Below you’ll find some common assumptions about young children’s speech and language development, and the research that either backs them up or debunks them.

Toys That Kick-start the Imagination!

Over the years we all would have accumulated quite the collection of toys. While toy trends have come and gone, there are a few "tried, tested and true" toys that are staples for any toy box, especially when it comes to encouraging pretend play. These toys seem to have three characteristics in common.

Don't Get Rid of Those Soft Toys - They're Actually Good for Development!

When a child is born, it’s way too common to receive too many soft toys as gifts and the parents may think at the time - what on earth are we going to do with all of these? Well, fast forward almost 10 years and the soft toy collection has at least quadrupled in that time and doesn't look like shrinking any time soon!

Preparing Preschoolers for "School Talk"

Being prepared for school involves a lot more than going to the store to buy a lunchbox and a backpack. There are many skills that children need to be able to function in a classroom and understand the curriculum. Children learn many of these skills at home as they interact with their parents and siblings.

What Is So Important About Early Childhood Education?

Many people have reservations about the importance of Early Childhood education. Research has shown that children enroled in Early Childhood programmes benefit by receiving formal education before starting their school life.

The Sooner The Better: Early Childhood Education, A Key To Life-Long Success

“The sooner the better” is the perfect tag line for early childhood education. There is no magic bullet to ensure a lifetime of self-fulfillment in personal and career terms. But rigorous research shows that high-quality early childhood education is an extraordinarily powerful means to promote continued success.

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