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How to Teach Children About Creativity

August 12, 2009

Tweet Tweet Children who are enrolled in day care are unique. Each and every child has his own personality which is why it is an important task for you to be able to give each and every one of them what they need. This includes the programs and activities which you have for the children. [...]

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Creating a Learning Environment for Young Children

July 27, 2009

Tweet Tweet What makes a preschool classroom an efficient place for learning and growth? First of all, it should be a place where children feel safe and well cared for. Secondly, it should be a venue where the individuality of each child is given importance, and where they are given adequate attention, affection, and approval. [...]

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Daycare Center – Reading Aloud to Children

July 27, 2009

Tweet Tweet In the revolutionary review “Becoming a Nation of Readers” of 1986, the Commission on reading stressed that reading aloud to children is “the single most important activity for building the knowledge required for success in reading.” It is important to expose children to books at a very early age, in as early as [...]

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Pointers for Organizing Counters, Closets, and Children’s Stuff

July 9, 2009

Tweet Tweet Putting things in order can be fun especially if you are able to do it effectively and with minimal cost. Personally, I get thrilled when I am able to solve organizational problems in simple but inexpensive ways. The suggestions below will help you organize your home inexpensively and efficiently.

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Fun Activities for Your Children

June 29, 2009

Tweet Tweet Making finger paints Even when there are a lot of nontoxic and enjoyable finger paints at the market available for children who belong in different age groups, fun and safe finger paints can also be made at home. Prior to the discussion of this project, one should first select a location to be [...]

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Full Time Care For Children

June 24, 2009

Tweet Tweet The biggest dilemma that working mothers have is finding the time to take care of their children. Working on a full-time basis usually takes up the time of most mothers and having less time for their children. It often boils down to the decision whether she should be a full-time mom or a [...]

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Fun Activities for Your Children

June 23, 2009

Tweet Tweet Making crayon rubbings Making crayon rubbings can be a fun way of letting your children show their artistic side without necessarily creating too much mess. One project you can make your child do is the nature rubbings collage. The first thing to do is to provide the child with any kind of white [...]

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Develop The Love Of Reading In Children

June 1, 2009

Tweet Tweet As a parent, you would always want to ensure that your child develops in the right stages. One of these developments include reading and language skills. Most parents would be proud if their children learned to read and speak earlier than most children but there is really no right age that a child [...]

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Gift Ideas for Young Children on Mother’s Day

May 31, 2009

Tweet Tweet What better time to encourage the creativity and imagination of young children than mother’s day? A child’s love for his or her mother can be best expressed with a craft they’ve made with their own two hands. Also, these types of projects will allow preschool children enhance their motor skills, create visual awareness, [...]

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The following is a list of activities which can help children

May 28, 2009

Tweet Tweet The following is a list of activities which can help children with ages 3 to 6 years old to enrich their skills in language. 1) The first activity aims to help children focus their attention to sounds through words. In doing so, children realize that words consist of sounds. In the process, the [...]

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