Three Shelves Of Language

Envision a bookshelf containing three shelves. The first shelf holds real objects and photos of real objects. On the second shelf there are photos and words about the objects. The final shelf contains books. Utilizing this concept, adults can easily identify with different materials that can be used to teach kids. The shelves are also…
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A Recipe For Potty Training Success

The marvel of being toilet trained is something wonderful. Each day, we are thankful that those around us can use the bathroom facilities. When you think about it, one should be impressed with the simple skills of learning how to use the toilet. Parents often wonder how they can teach their little ones the skill…
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Let’s Talk … Talking!

Have you ever thought about how fascinating learning can be? A young child literally hears words, understands them and begins to say them. After birth, a baby’s brain is wired to accept and pronounce the letters in any language in the world. As your child begins to hear language spoken in everyday conversations, his brain…
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Why Isn’t My Child Crawling?

Crawling is significant development stage that typically starts during a child’s first year. But do you know how important crawling is to a baby’s life? Crawling can literally help a child learn. When a baby crawls, the left-brain and right-brain work together in unison when the child moves his left arm with his right leg. Connecting…
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Celebrating The Red, White And Boom!

Now is the time to celebrate the country’s independence. Families typically commemorate the occasion with fireworks, parades, barbeques and time with friends. The celebration memorializes America’s independence from Britain. The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. While young children won’t understand the details of the Fourth of July, you can begin to…
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