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From the time they are in the crib, boys and girls demonstrate differences in their learning styles. Discover these differences in learning styles and how to identify your own child’s preferred style of learning.
The early wiring of your baby’s brain sets the stage for future development. Here are some tips to enrich your child's early experiences.
Rules about behaviour and civility are both written and unwritten - and abiding by them is essential to success.
Help your child practice life skills so that she learns to take care of herself.
It might look like a whole lot of silliness, but what's going on in your toddler's developing brain as she goofs off is more than child's play.
Creative children aren't just good artists--they're good writers, problem solvers and thinkers.
Between 18 and 30 months, children should be able to communicate feelings and engage in emotional interaction. Understand the heart’s connection to a child’s emotional and intellectual well-being.
From walking and talking to problem solving and pretend play, your child is experiencing the world in a brand new way. His constant exploration and discovery is preparing him for preschool and beyond.
A father’s involvement in his daughter’s life has been shown to increase her interest in mathematics and sciences. Find out more about the influence of the father-daughter connection.
Cooking is a fun and practical learning activity for children. When you cook with your child, you can talk about family traditions and expose your child to new foods and flavors. Use these tips to ensure a positive experience for you and your child.
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