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The Journey of Early Childhood Education Through Time

For over 2,000 years  the issues of “why” and “how” to teach young children have engaged philosophers, psychologists and educators…

What Does Your Tummy Say? – Important Question to Ask Children at Mealtimes

A “happy plate” is one in front of a child who’s permitted to listen to her body, not our out-of-date…

Good Practice in Celebrating Holidays in Kindergarten Curriculum

Children love and look forward to holidays and the fun that goes along with each one. However, when parents visit…

ScratchJr – Visual Programming Language for Children Ages 5–7

Just as writing helps you organize your thinking and express your ideas, the same is true for coding. Coding enables…

Learning from Nature

Nowadays, many children sadly have limited opportunities to connect with and learn from the outside world and its natural state,…

Educational Activities for Kids

During cold winter months children usually spend more time indoors. At that time parents have a difficult task – they…

Dr. Immordino-Yang: Emotions are Integral to Learning

In Emotions, Learning, and the Brain: Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, developmental psychologist and former…

Benefits of Memorizing Poetry

Research has shown that introducing poetry to children at earlier ages, and encouraging them to memorize it, has significant benefits.

How Does Google Affect the Way We Learn?

Search engines are most useful to students when it comes to answering questions as quickly as possible. But the constant…

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