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Playing With Your Child!
02:10 | 27/09/2016

Children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special. Parents are encouraged to find time to spend playing with their kids on a regular basis. This should include one to one with each child and group time with all of the adults and kids in the home.

How to make learning the alphabet with your child fun and effective!
05:34 | 20/09/2016

All parents want their children to be able to read and write by the time they enter elementary school. However, it is important to study at your child’s pace so that they do not get frustrated and lose their self-confidence.

The Importance of “Skinship” – Learning How to Create a Bond with Your Child
05:10 | 11/09/2016

When it comes to “skinship”, it is more important that you are aware of its importance than how long each period is and how many times you use it. Even if each “skinship” period is short, continuing to use it is effective in developing a deep bond with your child!

How can we, as parents, help cultivate our child’s talents?
02:14 | 07/09/2016

Children grow very fast. Adults are often surprised at how fast they learn new things. Therefore, the education style we choose when children are young is very important. Every child has certain talents so we, as parents, should find a way to help cultivate them.

Bringing out your child’s full potential! – Early education and the brain
11:36 | 16/08/2016

Research shows that a child’s brain develops 80% by the time they turn 3 years old. The number of brain cells a child has gradually increases from birth, reaching their peak at 3 years old. Between the age of 3 and 6 years, the brain’s information transfer functionality is also created. During this developmental period, unnecessary brain cells disappear and by the age of 7 years old it is said that the brain is almost fully developed (more than 90%). Therefore, it is effective to stimulate the brain; of which 80% is developed by the age of 3 and 90% is developed by the age of 7, from as early an age as possible.

Does how one plays when they are young influence who they are when they turn 9 years old?
11:34 | 10/08/2016

How children use their 5 senses and encourage their development before they reach the end of the elementary school years has a large influence on their physical and cognitive abilities.

The 12 Key Benefits of Early Childhood Education: A Teacher’s Perspective
11:17 | 10/08/2016

While the basic educational benefits of preschool (such as literacy and numeracy) are tangible, the advances children achieve towards becoming well-rounded individuals are truly invaluable.

Health benefits for the parents when play with a child
02:51 | 22/06/2016

Whether or not you are a parent, playing with children will help them develop the skills they need for social life. And it will be fun for you!

Special Benefits of Parent-Child Play versus Play with Siblings
03:39 | 16/06/2016

Now here you might be thinking: isn’t it the same thing to just have the youngest child play with the older ones. Doesn’t that have the same effect as playing with a parent? The answer to that would have to be no. There is something about having the parent playing with their child that adds an extra special touch. Parent-child play has been shown to contribute more to a child’s ability to give structure to early social interactions than play with siblings

Why play with a child?
04:53 | 10/06/2016

“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn”
Parent-child pretend and physical play is linked with the child’s competence, gross motor skills, peer group leadership, and cognitive development, the tools we discussed .Interactive play can also help a child learn how to regulate their emotions better. Lastly, providing your child with an “enriched environment” through play can lower their stress chemicals.

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    - Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP, Professor of Pediatrics at the UCLA School of Medicine, author: The Happiest Baby on the Block

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