Your preschooler will definitely enjoy seeing and learning about how little tugboats accomplish so many big jobs in “Tugboat,” by Michael Garland. Find how this little one helps get important things done that the huge boats, like ocean liners and cargo ships, couldn’t do without.
Young children today are at risk of becoming less physically fit than any other time in history. Set an early example– try some of our fun, fitness ideas to keep you and your preschooler moving together.
When your preschool child shows you his latest drawing, do you find yourself trying to figure out what exactly it’s “supposed to be?” Well, you’re not alone. Here are easy tips about how to discuss and encourage your preschoolers art.
By age 3 kids are aware of differences like language & skin color. These 6 ideas grow preschoolers’ ability to respect diversity, including their own!
So many well-meaning adults give coloring books to young children. Instead, here are ways to give children the freedom to work at their developmental level.
A new study finds that 6-year-old girls are less likely than boys to think they can be “brilliant” after kindergarten. Here are practical ways to teach very young girls to believe in their mental abilities.
Play is the essential “work” of children. The key thing to remember is that play is the mechanism by which children learn– how they experience their world, practice new skills, and internalize new ideas.
As a person who cares for young children, you need to know why a child’s scribbling is an important part of their development. Let me explain why …
May preschool parents say attention span as one of the greatest challenges they have when interacting with their child. Here are 5 easy ideas for deal with and grow attention in an age-appropriate way.
Support your child’s and your own unique creativity! Today I share how to put aside your fears that you might not really be a creative person, and let your child’s natural creativity happen.