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Category Archives: Child Development

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What Kids Can Expect From Preschool

Children who are at preschool learn “pre-skills” that lay the groundwork for their future. At this age, children will learn through playing, singing, drawing, telling and listening to stories, and other basic activities that can draw their...

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Helping Your Child Improve Focus

Children usually have shorter attention spans. A normal attention span, according to studies, is 3 to 5 minutes per year of a child’s age. For instance, a two-year-old can concentrate on a task for at least 6 minutes and a child entering...

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Easy Crafts and Activities for Kids to Practice Their Patriotism

The celebration of the 4th of July is the perfect chance to grab to get creative with your kids. Doing so is essential to unlocking their creative skills slowly while they are still young. As a preschool in New York, we value the creative side of...

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Taking Advantage of a Child’s Developing Brain

The brain is powerful, and when honed properly, can reach great heights. A child’s brain, in particular, is malleable, with a billion neurons excited to make connections. Brain formation and knowledge retention are exceptional in children and...

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Understanding Child Development: Nature Vs. Nurture

The characters and personalities of people are shaped in different ways. Yes, there are skills and talents that are in-born; but, there are those that are developed. This is the reason it’s important to strike a balance between teaching kids at...

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Ways for Parents to Nurture Language Development in Children

Language skills are important skills that children need to possess. Communication is crucial in every moment of our lives and language skills allow people to understand others as well as let their needs be known. As a parent, the primary...

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