Here’s How To Take Charge Of Your Preschooler’s Language Development

As a parent, you have the special privilege of laying the foundation for the quality of life your child will have. Obviously you want the best for them in all respects. One way you can help facilitate this is to ensure that your child’s communication skills are being sharpened from an early age. This [...]

Here’s How To Take Charge Of Your Preschooler’s Language Development2018-11-19T21:00:57-04:00

Why Is It Easier For Young Children To Learn A Second Language?

The fact that young children learn new languages faster than adults and older children is not in dispute. Beyond the anecdotal claims of parents and others who are around children who are exposed to a second language, there’s research out there to prove the fact. For instance, children of immigrants to Canada learn to speak both [...]

Why Is It Easier For Young Children To Learn A Second Language?2018-10-25T23:59:49-04:00

What’s Your Child’s Personality And Why Does It Matter?

It is often said that the most common feeling a parent has when it comes to their child is guilt. Whenever something goes wrong with your child, the default reaction is to blame yourself. It becomes even worse when other people belittle your parenting skills and judge your child’s behavior. However, you don’t have to [...]

What’s Your Child’s Personality And Why Does It Matter?2018-08-22T01:50:52-04:00

Why Early Childhood Development Should Include Make-Believe Play

As the parent of a preschooler, you want to learn all you can about the things you can do to promote your child's development. You may have already addressed matters like ensuring they have the right toys, eat nutrition rich foods and are exposed to experiences that stimulate their minds. However, it’s just as important not to forget [...]

Why Early Childhood Development Should Include Make-Believe Play2019-06-12T23:50:39-04:00

How Language Fits Into Childhood Brain Development

Early Childhood: A Time of Rapid Growth When children are born, they form up to 1,000 new neural connections each second. Then, this growth slows down and a process called pruning begins. Connections are reduced, and the brain becomes more efficient. The early years are the most active for establishing neural connections, but unused connections [...]

How Language Fits Into Childhood Brain Development2019-06-12T23:38:40-04:00