Wondering exactly what early childhood development is all about? Read on to learn about the 3 foundations key to every preschooler’s growth– plus fun ways to strengthen them.
Early childhood is a critical time of immense promise and rapid change. Here’s how to capitalize on the three main areas of your preschooler’s growth for the sake of their present and future.
Your child’s perspective can transform simple circles into unlimited possibilities. Designing unique patterns with one shape focuses a preschooler’s hand-eye coordination skills and creativity too. Ages 3 years and older.
Every child grows as a unique being, no one grows in the exactly the same way. Find out how to support & understand your child’s individual, developmental age.
As most folks know, young children have the most critical periods for brain development. We want you to know how to work with and maximize with these windows of opportunity to benefit your preschooler.
Early learners think in unique ways that are very different than adults. Today we share 4 key reasons why, so that you can understand and work with their special, growing thought patterns.
Have a ball pretending to be a ball– or whatever your kid chooses. Blow off steam with creative movement & science learning! Ages 3 years & up.
Mesmerize with melting ice and color mixing. Flex your child’s small motor and hand-eye coordination skills while introducing basic science. Ages 3 years & older.
Springy sensations turn walking into pretend play. These everyday items inspire creative movement and exercise large motor skills!Ages 2 years & up