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Tips for Traveling with Children

Tips for Traveling with Children

Tips for Traveling with Children Do you plan on traveling for the holidays? While we love them with all our...

The Story of Thanksgiving

The Story of Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! But before we focus on turkey, games, shopping, and other fun activities, we should learn about the story...

Recognize Your Parenting Style

Recognize Your Parenting Style

Dear Preschool Parents, Here are four major parenting styles identified by researchers and psychologists:  authoritative, neglectful, permissive, and authoritarian.  It...

Thanksgiving treats to make with your preschooler

Thanksgiving treats to make with your preschooler

The holidays are about family, what better way to spend time with your kiddos than making delicious thanksgiving treats!  Cooking...

DIY COLD & FLU CARE KIT: GET READY FOR COLD AND FLU SEASON

DIY COLD & FLU CARE KIT: GET READY FOR COLD AND FLU SEASON

With cold season upon us, sick kids are bound to start happening, so we have put together a DIY Sick...

Quick and healthy snacks for Kids

Quick and healthy snacks for Kids

In just minutes, you can prepare the following nutritious snacks for your kids. These snacks offer a broad variety of food...

Rainy day activities: what to do with your kids when it’s raining

Rainy day activities: what to do with your kids when it’s raining

Just because it’s raining doesn’t mean you have to be stuck indoors all day. Here are 10 fun ideas we...

Children Cognitive Development and Teaching Guideline – Part II

Children Cognitive Development and Teaching Guideline – Part II

Guideline: Teaching the preoperational child 1 Use concrete props and visual aids whenever possible. Example: When you discuss concepts such...

Things to Do This Weekend with your Kids: Visit a Local Market

Things to Do This Weekend with your Kids: Visit a Local Market

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Children Cognitive Development and Teaching Guideline – Part I

Children Cognitive Development and Teaching Guideline – Part I

Four stages of Cognitive Development. Infancy (0-2 years): The sensorimotor stage. The earliest period is called the sensorimotor stage because...