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When young children play, they are actively engaged in looking, listening, touching and interacting with the objects and people in their environment. Play for toddlers provides them with the experience of connecting what they see with what they hear or touch. It helps children to develop sensory connections that provide input to the developing brain,...

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Written by Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, who are both Senior Fellows at MindChamps and authors of the book Becoming Brilliant: What Science Tells Us About Raising Successful Children   For many of us, COVID-19 has completely changed how we work. Moving to remote work might have its advantages for some, but when the...

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To many three-year-olds, attending nursery in Singapore is a major milestone in their young lives. Instead of being at home most of the day with a caregiver, attending nursery school puts them in the company of their peers and teachers. This affects nursery children’s social skills as well. It is not surprising then that your...

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Magda Gerber, the creator of the Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE) philosophy, once said, “Parenting, or raising a child is an impossible profession. The most impossible profession. Number one, we raise children with the knowledge of the past. It’s already obsolete.” Per this statement, it can seem absurd to envision that we are trying to...

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