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Why Is It Important to Cultivate Your Kids’ Creativity?

“Art has the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else.” – Sydney Gurewitz Clemens Give your preschoolers a mix of colors and you can be sure that they will have a blast finger-painting and doing just about everything only kids can imagine. It’s a pretty usual scenario, … Continue reading

How Does Music Affect Your Children’s Development?

Music plays a significant role in our lives. From theater and celebrations to government and military ceremonies―name it and you will find the presence of music in so many aspects. Even inside their mother’s womb, music has been instinctively used to calm and soothe children, to engage and interact with them. As a matter of … Continue reading

The Role of Teachers in your Children’s Development

Several studies have already proven what most of you may have already assumed: early education is important. Educating your children early offers them the chance to learn more about themselves and build their physical, cognitive, social, and emotional skills. This is especially true for children who go to preschool since the setting exposes them to … Continue reading

Why Should You Let your Child Play?

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw As parents, it probably makes you smile to see the wide grins on your little ones’ faces when they play. It might amuse you to hear about some of their more outrageous ideas as they try … Continue reading

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How to Cultivate a Love for Learning in Your Children

As babies, your children are inherently curious about everything that goes on around them. However, they lose this natural passion for exploration somewhere along the way. In time, they may grow to dislike—or even dread—learning new things. The good news is, you can instill the love for learning in your children even at a young … Continue reading

The Benefits of Montessori-Based Learning for Your Little Ones

“Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.” – Jess Lair You all know how your little ones can be. Creative. Naturally eager for knowledge. Kids learn holistically—from one experience to another, they form a connection between everything they learn, and this type of early education builds the context for … Continue reading