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How do you help younger kids memorize

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dorothy Hastings Oct 10, 2012. 1 Reply

The method I use for helping kids remember stuff is Repetition. I think repeating things daily helps them remember faster. Also it etches in their minds forever. What methods do you use. I have heard…Continue

Childrens activities at Anne sullivan

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If a topic especially arouses the children’s interest, it will be explored in greater depth. The interior environment is designed to facilitate the above modes of exploration with a variety of…Continue

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Games for Kindergarten.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lynda Way Sep 23, 2013. 2 Replies

What games can we introduce in Kindergarten that will be easy for the kids to understand and also help them learn.Continue

 

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Skills Children Acquire form the Arts That Equips Them for Success in Life

Posted on July 25, 2012 at 2:46am 1 Comment

Although the world is rotating at a similar pace compared to 20 years ago, several things have changed in our lives. Technology has jumped miles ahead, attitudes have changed and lifestyles are different. This means that children today are growing up in a world that is almost completely different from the one we grew up in. Today’s world presents challenges that didn’t even exist 20 years ago.

So how does one equip their child with the right skill set to tackle this changing world?…

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How to Make Eating Healthy Fun for Your Child

Posted on July 12, 2012 at 1:21am 1 Comment

Good nutrition and a health, balanced diet are paramount for your child's mental and physical development. A proper diet during the early growth stages can go miles and stabilize the child’s energy levels, sharpen their mind, and even help stymie their tantrums. A healthy diet also boosts immunity and facilitates recovery from illness. However, it is not easy to get your child to eat what is really good for them as they…

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Be Honest With Yourself and Your Kids Will Follow

Posted on June 18, 2012 at 7:43am 1 Comment

Like what most people say, a child’s first teacher is their parent. Before a child enters preschool, they will first be taught by his parents to walk, talk, count, sing, dance, and socialize with people around them. Although not all parents are aware of it, having a positive attitude and good behavior are also key personality traits that can instilled in children, and it all starts with you.

 

We all know that kids can be mischievous and get out of line from time to time. If…

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5 Tips to Help Your Child Become Self-Confident

Posted on April 6, 2012 at 5:15am 1 Comment

Nurture Their Talents As They Grow Up

Every child is talented in different things, the important thing is to help them try different things and uncover what those talents are. It is very important to encourage these talents right from preschool. Focusing on a talent helps them develop their skills in that area and, consequently, this helps increase their self-worth and boost their self-confidence.

 

 

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