Early Childhood Education


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Children Need Books

Children Need Books

Give your child flap books, books with pho­tographs, count­ing books and story books. She’ll inter­act with books nat­u­rally when she starts rec­og­niz­ing pic­tures and words, and enjoy inter­act­ing phys­i­cally with books and the power of stories.

Developmentally Appropriate Practices and Play

Developmentally Appropriate Practices and Play

Chil­dren have chang­ing phys­i­cal, cog­ni­tive, emo­tional, lan­guage and social capa­bil­i­ties that occur in the con­text of fam­ily, cul­ture, com­mu­nity, past expe­ri­ences and cir­cum­stances. Play reflects their development.

How-to Support Schemas?

How-to Support Schemas?

Plan activ­i­ties for spe­cific schemas based on her inter­ests. Give her mate­ri­als and guid­ance, and inter­act with her to acknowl­edge her inter­est and sup­port her.

What Are Schemas?

What Are Schemas?

Your child’s pat­tern of repeat­able behav­ior, or a schema, will rep­re­sent itself in sen­sory or motor, sym­bolic or rep­re­sen­ta­tional, func­tional depen­dency, or thought form.

Learning Goals for Your Child

Learning Goals for Your Child

Learn­ing goals for early child­hood edu­ca­tion include knowl­edge or under­stand­ing, skills, dis­po­si­tions and feelings.

How-to Foster Creative Thinking?

How-to Foster Creative Thinking?

Cre­ativ­ity involves the abil­ity to see mul­ti­ple solu­tions, and the abil­ity to find them rel­a­tively quickly. Cul­ti­vate your child’s inter­ests by expos­ing her to a vari­ety of activ­i­ties, and allow her to see things differently.