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Early Childhood Development

5 Steps to Ditching the Dummy

By Anne Steinhoff on 9th May 2017

Many children get attached to their dummies. Depriving them of this special comforter can be hard work. Here are a…

Early Childhood Development

What is #SportIn1Word for you?

By NDFAdmin on 7th May 2017

Although we all know what Sport is, it plays very different roles in our day to day lives. What is…

Early Childhood Development

A Global Gathering: Investing in the Early Years

By Alberto Lidji on 5th May 2017

The world is beginning to take note that investing in early childhood development (ECD) and education (ECE) matters. High-power meetings…

Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Development: Let’s Have Some “Art Talk”

By Ananya Singh on 25th Apr 2017

Visual and verbal literacy are developed through active experiences with the visual arts, including questioning and dialogue, what it often…

Early Childhood Development

An Awesome Way to Make Kids Less Self-Absorbed

By Anna Chulack on 20th Apr 2017

Studies show that empathy levels nowadays are suffering, particularly amongst young people. Self-absorption appears to be replacing empathy at an…

Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Development: Physical Activity in Early Childhood

By Harsh Mahaseth on 4th Apr 2017

Physical activities should be integrated into young children’s lives to create a foundation of movement and activity which will be…

Early Childhood Development

What Do You Do When You Have a Gifted Child?

By Ananya Singh on 29th Mar 2017

Famous scientist Issac Newton did poorly in school but later turned out to be one of the most reputed scientists…

Early Childhood Development

Childhood Development: Why Kids Lie

By Anna Chulack on 24th Mar 2017

Everyone lies. It follows that children lie, even at a very young age. Parents everywhere will be very familiar with…

Early Childhood Development

Grateful Parent, Grateful Child

By Anna Chulack on 17th Mar 2017

Knowing how to express gratitude surely translates to a person’s optimism and happiness – and what parent wouldn’t want that…

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