Parenting

How Preschool Children learn Through Play


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Preschool children learn and develop quite quickly. They play, learn and experiment. At the tender age, they begin to get a sense of their own identity and how different are they from others. Interesting, right? Some children benefit from being in a nursery or a playgroup. A lot of organized activities in the informal setting… Continue reading How Preschool Children learn Through Play

Parenting

Why You Should Read to Your Kids


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Do you read to your kids? We all know reading to kids is a good thing but ever thought about why teachers and counselors ask parents to read with their kids? There are many advantages in reading to your toddlers or preschool age children. When a child is exposed to the habit of reading every… Continue reading Why You Should Read to Your Kids