We'll show you the right activities to do and the materials you will need at each stage of your child's brain development.
Tell us how old the kids are and a few details about yourself
Let us know your domain(s) of focus and the expert sources you trust
Complete activities and vote to fine-tune the difficulty of future activities
Discover age-appropriate insights that are buried within best-selling parenting books
One thing you don’t have much of as a parent of young children is time. Use Didactiic and quickly eliminate your day-to-day concerns as a data-driven parent:
"Are you asking your child the right questions?"
"Are you giving your child the right challenges?"
"Do you have all the tools you need to create an intellectually stimulating environment for your child?"
Gain access to curated activities that will bolster your child’s ability to develop intellectually across 7 dimensions:
Develop your child's ability to understand social norms and other needed information.
Develop and track your child's ability to understand and express language in verbal and written form.
Develop your child's ability to classify, sequence, order, compare and recognize patterns.
Develop your child's short and long term memory.
Develop your child's ability to move and manipulate objects in the world
Develop your child's ability to solve problems using shapes, pictures, diagrams and tables.
Develop your child's higher-order cognitive skills including: abstract thinking, pattern recognition, conceptual thinking, and problem solving.
Connect the activities your caregiver is doing with the activities you and your spouse do, with the tested domains your future kindergartener will experience; with the guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics; all within the universe of activities that children can complete for that age range
Choose the philosophy you want to follow as a parent while focusing your efforts on the interests that your developing child expresses
Discover elemental, non-digital activities at each stage of your child's development: from birth to 6 years of age