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Early Childhood Development

Early Learning Starts Before Birth

By Anja Petrovic on 11th Dec 2017

When does learning actually begin? The first time kids are in a classroom with a teacher? Or perhaps in the…

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Original Talks – Simulated Job Interviews for Young Job Seekers Who Always Want to Learn More

By Dimitrije Đurić on 8th Dec 2017

Toeing the fine line between stress and excitement can be tough, but staying on the proactive side is crucial to…

Early Childhood Development

Fun Field Trip Ideas for Preschoolers

By Elizabeth Brewer on 6th Dec 2017

Learning outside the classroom can be just as fundamentally important as skills that are learned inside the classroom.

Early Childhood Development

Is Your Toddler Getting Enough Sleep?

By Elizabeth Brewer on 29th Nov 2017

For most parents, bedtime is a welcome opportunity to put kids down and finish up the day. Many children infamously…

Early Childhood Education

The Use of Robotics in Education

By Anica Stojkovic on 9th Nov 2017

Over the last few years, interest in educational utilization of robotics has increased and several attempts have been made worldwide…

Early Childhood Education

5 Apps to Get Your Children Engaged With Science

By NDFAdmin on 7th Nov 2017

As regards getting your child excited about science, the screen can be a great ally. This way, a good app…

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education: an Investment Worth Making

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 2nd Nov 2017

Apart from boosting cognitive development, ECE can be a tool for reducing gaps between the rich and the poor, strengthening…

Early Childhood Development

5 Tips To Connect With Your Kids Even On Your Busiest Days

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 23rd Oct 2017

Every parent interested in their children wants to participate in the raising and important moments of their child’s life.

Early Childhood Development

Importance of Early Childhood Mental Health Care

By Elizabeth Brewer on 17th Oct 2017

Screaming, crying and throwing toys continue in an endless loop. The parent is lost. Confused with what might have provoked…


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