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Unstructured play is vital for kids; Stop entertaining them

Unstructured Play

Unstructured play is vital for kids; Stop entertaining them It was free and unplanned and spontaneous and, more often than not, something that took place outside. My 18-month younger sister and me; – along with all our friends on the street – climbed trees and rode bikes and had snowball fights. ...

The Gender Biases That Shape Our Brains

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  • Jul
    2021
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The Gender Biases That Shape Our Brains The toys we give to children and the traits they are assigned can have lasting impacts on their lives, writes Melissa Hogenboom.M My daughter is obsessed with all things girly and pink. She gravitated to pink flowery dresses that are typically marketed for gir ...

How to Support Listening and Attention Skills

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How to Support Listening and Attention Skills 1. Watching a film at home is an enjoyable way to develop listening skills. Break it down intochunks, such as 30 minutes each day. You could ask your little one a couple of questionsafterwards, such as what they thought about a character or what they hav ...

Your Baby’s Developing Senses

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Your Baby’s Developing Senses The ability to see, smell, and hear are among your baby’s most important learning tools. Find out how her senses develop from conception to her first year–and what you can do to boost them. Erika Silverman will never forget her son’s reaction the ...

Understanding Baby’s Developing Vision

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Understanding your baby’s developing vision is critical as a parent and here’s why… Baby’s First Blinks The second Baby is born, his vision kicks in and his visual development begins. At birth, your baby’s eyes have the visual acuity of 20/400, but his rapidly developin ...

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