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Why Preschool Education is Important?

Ages between 0-6; the period before primary school is significant for a child. It is the period that most of the psyco-motor, social, emotional, intellectual and linguistic skills are developed. Characteristic of a child develops and changes many times during these ages. When does learning start? After finishing the infancy period, parents start to teach their child moral values, what is right or wrong in order to make the child a part of the society.  Education starts at family. Afterwards, kindergarten takes some of these responsibilities and maintain them with family collectively. Learning period starts with birth and ages between […]

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How To Create Reading Habit For Children?

If you think about your own childhood, you can remember about how you started reading. Maybe it was a teacher, or your parents, or grandparents who bought you the first book that you loved, and made you a book worm. Or maybe it didn’t happened with just one book, but it was a habit gained over time with many books. However, as an adult, you realize now that a reading child becomes a reading adult. Reading habit helps children to improve themselves through their whole life. Studies also show that there are major differences in school between children who have […]

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What Is Self-Confidence? Does It Come Naturally?

Every parent wants their child to have their own identity and self-confidence. For children, self-confidence means social and emotional maturity, knowing their own and someone else’s limits, communication skills, being open to criticism and ability to create solutions. Unfortunately many parents mistake being limitless, lack of respect to others and lack of control of behaviors with self-confidence. From the early stages of infancy, responsibilities of mothers and fathers are quite important to build the feeling of confidence. Fulfilling basic needs, unconditional love and acceptance create the very first steps of a strong parent-child relationship. Unlike the general assumption, self-confidence evolves […]

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How Do You Help Adjust Your Child To School?

School semester has already started. Many children are excited to see their friends after a long summer break. The ones who started the school for the first time are also excited about growing up and having their own social environment. However, do you feel that this isn’t the case for your child? Are they having trouble getting used to the school routine? Or do you sense that he/she is still not comfortable? Then you must read this article to find out what you can do to get them used to the school. At the beginning of the semester, it is […]

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How To Make Your Child More Creative?

It is every parents desire that their child to be more imaginative. Authorities state that it is up to parents to improve the creative skills of their children. Even though people tend to think that creativity is related with intelligent, and comes naturally by birth, it is a wrong assumption. According to experts, it is possible to improve the creativeness of your child with the right approach and with attention to the education they receive in school. Here are some tips that will help you… Evolution periods of creativity The period that creative skills develop most is between 4-6 ages. […]

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What Is The Importance Of A Healthy Lunch Box?

School age is the time when children adopt habits that will last a life time. Therefore, it is extremely important to make your child gain the habit of a healthy diet. It protects physical heath of your child, keep them motivated and concentrated for their classes. Parents can improve eating habits of their children by preparing lunchboxes with the right ingredients every day. What is the importance of a well-balanced diet for education? Our brain consumes energy to process the data we receive each day. A healthy breakfast is the essential element, since after the long hours of hunger from […]

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Helping Your Child Gain Confidence

Children face a lot of confidence challenging activities while growing up. Remember the first day of school, the first time on the soccer field, the first time trying out for the school play? Successful kids need confidence and as parents you can help your child gain the confidence they need to face every challenge head on. Every child is unique, but parents can help each of their children believe in themselves and gain the self-confidence they need to succeed. The Truth About Self-Confidence Self-confidence is a belief or trust in not only your abilities, but also your character and decision-making. […]

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Getting Ready for School

It’s that time again, time for back to school. For those who are attending the same school this year, the routine is fairly easy, but for those starting school for the first time or those heading to a new school, back to school time can be a bit more challenging. To make the first day of school easier, these advance preparation strategies can be designed to fit you and your child(ren) and help you prepare for a successful start. Help Your Child Imagine the First Day When your child is just starting school or going to a new school, it […]

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Enjoy Cooking with Your Preschoolers

You may have come up with a number of excuses for not cooking with your preschoolers – like how big of a mess they would make or the fact that everyone is hungry, and you need to get dinner on the table quickly. The truth is cooking with preschoolers delivers a number of educational benefits, builds self-confidence, and provides the foundation for a love of cooking and healthy eating for a lifetime. It’s also true that cooking with a preschooler will require a bit of extra planning to make the adventure enjoyable for the both of you – but it […]

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Choosing the Right Toys – Babies to Preschoolers

Toys are the tools of childhood, educating and entertaining, but toy choices need to be age appropriate, exciting, and stimulating to your child’s developing brain. Toys should not only help your child learn, but also aid in the development of social, motor, and emotional skills. When choosing the right toys, age can be the key to unlocking the perfect toy, so let’s explore toys that way. Babies As babies, learning is exploration with the five senses. This learning includes touching, mouthing, banging, dropping, and shaking. As motor skills develop, babies’ interests change, but play is typically solitary or imitating others. […]

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