The activities that you do with your child in the first 3 years will greatly impact his or her development in a number of areas. “Activities” are a little different than “free play” because they often involve some setup (and clean up) work, as well as planning. You mig...

August 17, 2015

Back-to-school time can be a source of anxiety for many young children. The anxiety may stem from any number of things such as separation from parents or caregivers, worry over making new friends, or simply not knowing what to expect. While it is perfectly normal for a...

August 4, 2015

Raising a child who loves to read can be easy if you follow these 10 tips! 

 

1. Begin reading to your child as early as possible. It’s never too early (or too late) to begin reading to your child. Aim for reading 15 – 20 minutes per day!

2. Tailor your book selections...

July 21, 2015

Playdough is a powerful early learning tool! It aids language and literacy skills, fine motor development, creativity, mathematical and scientific thinking, sensory exploration, and social skills. Playing with playdough by itself is often the perfect way to learn, but...

November 20, 2014

Even though your child may only be a baby or toddler, he is building an important foundation of skills that will have an impact on his academic success in Kindergarten. Researchers now know that one of the most important factors influencing a child's likelihood of perf...

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Dr. Kiepert Truong, Early Childhood Learning Specialist & Consultant

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