Strengthening Communication Skills Through Play

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The art and act of communicating is the ability and desire to connect with others by exchanging ideas and feelings, by verbal and non-verbal action. From infancy, your child intuitively begins to communicate with the world around it. Communication goes on through several channels. These channels include sounds (crying, cooing, squealing), facial expressions (eye contact, smiling, grimacing) and gestures/body movements (moving legs in excitement or distress, and later, gestures like pointing.) Children will continue to use one, more or all of these means until they can verbally construct and convey their thoughts. Is your ward having a difficult time communicating Continue reading Strengthening Communication Skills Through Play

How To Boost Early Learning For Kids

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The phrase ‘Catch them young’ is a term that rings true in most situations. With child development, it holds water. Statistics reveal that children need early learning to foster cognitive and other skills for later life. At birth, your baby’s brain contains 100 billion neurons. During the first years, the child will grow trillions of brain-cell connections, called neural synapses. It is important that the child’s brain successfully wires these connections for future use. Early learning is the key to this required wiring process. Tips To Boost Early Learning For Kids Singing Many experts advocate singing for several reasons. On Continue reading How To Boost Early Learning For Kids