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Research-Informed Insights into Early Childhood Brain Development

  1. Balancing Screen-Time: Enhancing Child Development Through Deferred Imitation

    In today's digital age, screens have become an integral part of parents’ lives which presents both opportunities and challenges with respect to raising young children. At the same time, baring negative environmental externalities or genetic disabilities, human evolution has made every child ...

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  1. Math activities for preschoolers: mastering counting skills

    As parents of pre-schoolers our journey in nurturing our child’s abilities prior to starting kindergarten is both rewarding and challenging. When our little ones reach 3 to 4 years old many of us want to delve deeper into researching alternative counting methods to offer insights into how we can enrich ...

    Activities Counting Pre-schoolers Math
  1. Didactiic's math proficiency toolkit - achieving automaticity

    A clear win that parent’s obtain from inducing early literacy in their kids using Didactiic is more free time during the elementary years as a result of toddler independence. “Ahhhh!” look at my 5-year-old little girl reading the “ Box Car Children ” in the bathroom or “Ahhhh!” look at ...

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  1. Why you should use a phonetic approach to teach your 3 yr. old to read

    THE IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING TO READ AT AN EARLY AGE Let me ask you a question. How old were you when you first learned how to read? Likely the answer is that you simply don’t know. The truth is that the ability to read is not a singular event in ...

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  1. Can you raise your child to be a genius?

    In the 1960s a young man named László started plotting one of the most daring human experiments in recorded history.  After "... studying the biographies of 400 great intellectuals, from Socrates to Einstein" László concluded that "... a genius is not born but is educated and trained."  He later told the Washington Post that "...when a child is born healthy, it is a potential genius."

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