Young children love putting things in and dumping them out of containers! This type of play can help your baby develop fine motor skills like picking up and letting go, as well as hand-eye coordination and basic, early math skills … Read more >>
Self-control is an important part of emotional development. It is what allows children to manage their feelings and regulate their behavior.
The University of Cambridge did an interesting review of 78 studies that had been conducted between 2007-2017. What they … Read more >>
Cutting with scissors is a great art project AND a way to develop fine motor skills.
Using scissors builds finger strength and dexterity for later writing skills. There is also hand-eye coordination involved.
Most children really enjoy cutting with scissors. … Read more >>
While the weather cooperates, getting outside with your children is a great way to connect as a family. Sidewalk chalk is a fun, educational outdoor game.
All you need is sidewalk chalk and a clear driveway or sidewalk.
Write all … Read more >>
There is nothing new with the idea that spending time in nature is beneficial. But a new analysis*, examining hundreds of studies, helps bring together the data and provides specifics on how it is beneficial.… Read more >>