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Ensuring Your Child's Safety In Day Care Posted By : Carolyn Leis

Wed, 06 Apr 2016 00:00:00 -0400

Ensure that the centre doesn't allow strangers to visit or pick children without the parents' permission. Provide a list, giving the names and contacts of people who can pick your child. Keep a copy of the same list to avoid confusion in case something happens. Ask the care provider to request for ID's of people who come to pick up your child. This will give you peace of mind as a parent.

Educational Stickers and the Seven Tested Classroom Management Tips Posted By : Sarah Shore

Thu, 29 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

It is often said that the most important thing that a teacher should do before embarking on actual teaching, is to set up a climate for learning. Studies show that instilling positive classroom discipline is the best way to do this. This is achieved by using rewards and simple educational stickers are just what may be needed to work the miracle.

Why Teacher Stickers Could Be The Best Way To Reinforce Learning Posted By : Sarah Shore

Wed, 21 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Most teachers today appreciate the importance of rewarding students with outstanding performance in various areas of education. It poses a challenge, though, when it comes to rewarding higher grade students than it does for lower grade learners. However, in both cases, it has been noted that the use of teacher stickers is very effective. Find out why this simple motivational method has stood the test of time, to remain one of the best.

Get a Tutor for Your Child Posted By : Harry Ken

Fri, 09 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

The importance of Algebra is as much as that of Calculus. It also helps in understanding the concepts of physics. For proper knowledge and strong basics of Algebra one needs to find a suitable tutor for them who can teach the subject well.

Toys Help Overcome Reading Problems Posted By : Thomsen Lucas

Tue, 29 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Every child is unique in their own way, and it is unreasonable to expect that all kids will have the same learning and grasping power. While some are quick in their learning process, some face reading problems initially due to many internal and external factors. The main thing to do here is to be patient with the child, and adopt new methods to help them come to speed with the other children.

Playing and Learning Language Posted By : Thomsen Lucas

Wed, 23 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

The notion of play and learn has become a mantra in every schools and every educational institutions. There is hardly any schools or play centers which doesn't implement this system in their learning techniques. Be it a play near or house or a school in the middle of the city, play and learn has always been in the priority list. It is so because people have understood that in today's age it is not only enough to go to school and learn to read and write but also important is the fact the all-round development of the child's personality happens properly. The ability to understand things, recognize shapes and sizes and colors along with developing the extra-curricular skills are at the forefront today thanks to this concept.

Puzzles And Reading Aides For Children Posted By : Thomsen Lucas

Fri, 04 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0500

Learning is a vital part of a child's growing up. Just like any two individuals can't be 100 percent similar, their individual learning needs, capacities and thought processes are unlikely to be absolutely similar. There are some children who learn fast and there are some others who learn at a different pace. In the same way each child has different responses and levels of competence in different areas of learning. ABC play was created on the premise of its experience with kids, especially those who have different learning needs and capabilities and since then learning has become a passion in the lives of all those connected with ABC leg.

How To Use Early Years Resources In The Education Of Young Children Posted By : Tanya Willowby

Fri, 17 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0400

First rate early years resources are crucially important in the education of young children. Young learners need a curriculum that is tuned for their intellectual, emotional and physical development. Good early years settings develop their program of work through in depth findings of young children learning. To provide top notch key learning experiences children will need access to excellent early years resources. How does this work in the classroom of today?

First Phase of Character Education Posted By : Francis David

Thu, 26 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Everyone wish to have positive character traits in their kids. Often they end up in a mess trying to inculcate all possible and available character traits. Looking for an alternative? The best option is through starting slow with character education. It's always better to start gradually and slow as kids will be in a better position to grasp the moral ethics and virtues more comfortably and subsequently at a greater speed. Let's now outline some of the virtues with which we can start off.

Early Childhood and Environmental Educators Posted By : Allan Smith

Sun, 08 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Early childhood and environmental educators continue to explore question of developmental, appropriateness in environmental education for your children. Unfortunately, certain well-intentioned approaches towed environmental education may overwhelm children with feelings of concern what is essentially adults' responsibility stewardship environment. Misguided approaches may shower young children with complied ideas they cannot fully understand and about which they cannot construct when informed and reasoned opinions.

The Role of Toys in Learning Posted By : Jenny Talorman

Fri, 30 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Toys have been a part of human existence for as long as most people could remember; in fact, they are so ingrained into society that it would be difficult to picture any kind of childhood without them. Many children look forward to adding to their collection every holiday season; and with just as much passion, adults seek to collect certain toys and models for their own enjoyment. But toys are more than things to amuse and pass the time on particularly long summer days. They can also serve as something to help educate.

Online Degrees, Early Childhood and Your Future Posted By : Wayne Hemrick

Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Today, online colleges for early childhood education are at the forefront of meeting the increasing demand for specialists in this growing field. The fact is that those who work in educational research as well as child psychology are finding just how important the first five years of a child's life really are when it comes to intellectual and psychological development. Increasingly, public and private institutions are putting a greater emphasis on the education and nurturing of very young children; if you have ever considered working in this field, distance learning over the World Wide Web can help you in getting prepared.

The Effects of Music on Early Childhood Development Posted By : Alistair Summers

Thu, 03 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0500

For years now there have been publications of research into the merits of music on early childhood and even in the womb development. Many researches on the subject have hypothesised that listening to certain kinds of music and learning instruments can vastly improve the brain development in children and even make them smarter.

Thomas Tank Engine Wooden Railway Has Educational Benefits Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Kid's imaginations are stimulated as they dream up stories and carry out role play with Thomas Tank Engine, thinking up and speaking the parts that the simple wooden railway toys DON'T say simply at the push of a button.

Wooden Train Toys Like Thomas Train Can Help Kids Social Development Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Wooden train toys are popular with kids the world over. They're bright, they're durable, and they're fun for toddlers and preschool kids. Manufacturers of wooden train brands like Thomas Train and Melissa and Doug have thoughtfully designed their products with the little people in mind.

Activity Ideas for Playing with Melissa and Doug Building Blocks Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Building blocks appeal naturally to children, which is a very good thing because playing with blocks helps children develop many life skills essential to a happy life. These strengths include language, physical development, cognitive, and emotional.

Melissa And Doug Wooden Puzzles Have Educational Benefits Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Two of the best selling brands are Schylling and Melissa and Doug Wooden Toys. These brands design their wooden puzzles to specifically incorporate teaching skills. Melissa and Doug is a company that designs their puzzles to be educational and fun for children and parents alike.

Melissa and Doug Jigsaw Puzzles Have Educational Benefits Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Jigsaw puzzles provide a unique learning tool for children by providing them with manipulation and coordination skills. They are educational, fun, and instill a sense of accomplishment in children. Additionally, they help children develop reasoning skills and use deductive thinking while being challenged to complete the puzzle.

Melissa and Doug Play Food Ideal for Kinesthetic Learners Posted By : Joe Kanooga

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Most preschoolers are kinesthetic learners (that is, very hands-on) and love the bright, colorful Melissa and Doug play food found in nurseries and preschools. The kids learn a lot just from making up their own games; they're keen observers and imitators.

Parent-Teacher-Student Partnership Posted By : Jenifer Fox

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0500

The conversation about changing our minds, our schools, and our nation to a paradigm that focuses on strengths begins with parents and teachers. Parents, teachers, and students can begin to form a strength alliance between the home and the school. If you are a parent and use this book at home, share it with your school. Likewise, if you are a teacher and practice these exercises and philosophies with your students, waste no time in sharing them with your students' parents.

The Strengths Code Posted By : Jenifer Fox

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0500

It's never too early for you to begin molding your child's memories and his imaginations. A positive environment will give your child a sense of security and confidence, and your child will appreciate your observations -- even if he disagrees with them. Remember, strengths are not talents or skills, or what your children are good at. All those things are open to evaluation and criticism.

Strengths: A Definition Posted By : Jenifer Fox

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Contrary to popular belief, the opposite of strength is not weakness. The opposite of strength is depletion. If an activity is not engaging an individual's strengths, thereby energizing the person, the activity is depleting. Knowing your strengths and putting them to use is empowering and fulfilling. They can give people agency, freedom, and independence.

Now, Discover Your Children's Strengths Posted By : Jenifer Fox

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0500

It is parent-teacher conference time and you arranged your schedule three months in advance to attend. If you are like most parents, you feel a certain amount of anxiety around this event. You attend hoping there won't be any surprises and that you won't discover that your child is experiencing any difficulties. Unfortunately, most parent-teacher conferences focus on grades rather than children, with the primary goal of addressing a child's area of weakness.

A Parent's Guide For Kids In Discovering English Language Posted By : Vladimir Chen

Fri, 16 May 2008 00:00:00 -0400

More often than not, the cheesiest and most generic quotes that youve been hearing since you were in kindergarten are the truest and most profound quotes that youll ever hear or need in your lifetime. One such quote is "We achieve more by working together".

Know About Different Types Of Educational Software Posted By : Jagan Rajiv

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 00:00:00 -0400

Children's educational software comes in several types. These are especially designed for teaching users the basics of subjects, from reading and math to geography. Educational software is more intended to educate kids and is easy to use for ages of even three. Depending on the aim, educational software might be planned as a classroom help or could be used for home purpose.