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Early Childhood Development

Why French Parents Are Superior

By NDFAdmin on 19th Feb 2017

The author, who is an American, living in France, reveals what the positive aspects of French parenting are and why…

Early Childhood Development

5 Skills to Help Your Child Lead Successful Social Life

By NDFAdmin on 15th Feb 2017

A child doesn’t need to be the most popular in the class, but it does need good social skills.

Early Childhood Development

5 Useful Tips to Foster Gratitude in Kids

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 13th Feb 2017

According to the Brazilian best-selling author and psychologist Augusto Cury, we have never had such an unhappy generation.

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How Novak Djokovic Spent a Day with Kids in Medosevac

By Zoe Townsend on 9th Feb 2017

You guys. Can you tell how much we love what we do? We are crazily, boisterously, and joyfully passionate about…

Early Childhood Development

How to Help Your Child Unleash Its Potential

By Ananya Singh on 6th Feb 2017

The right kind of nutrition ensures a healthy child; the right opportunities would ensure the making of a prodigy.

Early Childhood Development

Is Your Child a Mommy/Daddy-Maniac?

By Ananya Singh on 28th Jan 2017

Does your child frequently insist on daddy dropping them off at the bus stop or mommy picking them up from…

Early Childhood Development

Playing Superhero: to What Extent Is it Worth the Idea?

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 26th Jan 2017

How is it possible for an apparently simple and naive play to trick scientists’ minds and set academical community apart?

Early Childhood Education

4 Things Kindergarten Teachers Want You to Know

By Anna Chulack on 23rd Jan 2017

Kindergarten is an important time in your child’s early development. You can ensure your child can make the most of…

Early Childhood Education

Finland the First Country in the World to Get Rid of All School Subjects

By Anne Steinhoff on 19th Jan 2017

Imagine children no longer having to study physics, math, literature, or history at school. Sounds impossible? Take a look at…

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