Baby and Toddler Education

10 Things to Look for in a Preschool program

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) offers a list of 10 things to look for when evaluating a preschool, kindergarten or child care center.

Being Able to Count to 100 Doesn't Mean He Knows Math

Memorization is not a truly effective way to learn math. Interactive exercises and experience are the best ways to learn and truly understand mathematics. Read on to learn more.

Developmental Ebb and Flow in Gifted Children

Young gifted children don't develop at an even, predictable, rate. They usually experience peaks of extraordinary performance instead of consistently high skill levels of all abilities.

Expose Your Toddler to Music

Music can help improve a toddler's intelligence, brain function, and general quality of life. Read on for more information on exposing your toddler to music.

Foster a Love of Reading Right from the Start!

Children love language and communication long before the existence of printed words even crosses their minds. They start expressing themselves, right from the start. Read on to learn more about fostering a love of reading in your child at a...

Fun and Learning with Blocks

Long before computers, remote controls, or even batteries, there was the simple, humble building block. And it remains a pillar of childhood fun and learning both in the classroom and at home.

Geography is literally everywhere

A simple trip to the mailbox is a complete lesson in geography. Learning about geography can lead to a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the world and the people who live in it. Read on to learn more about introducing your child to...

Getting Ready for Preschool

Being prepared for preschool is very simple and goes a long way towards ensuring a little peace of mind for you and for your child. Read on to learn some techniques used by successful children and parents.

How Young is Too Young?

It is never too early to take an active role in your baby's development. Read on to learn more about helping your young child with his or her developmental progress.

Learning Games for Toddlers

From very early in life, young children begin developing memory and the foundational skills for reading, math, problem solving and language. There are many games and activities parents can employ to promote learning and engage their children. ...

Reading is More than Memorizing the Alphabet

Speaking and reading to your child will provide him with a safe, familiar environment in which to explore his world through the very powerful medium of communication.

Television can Affect the Learning of a Child

Monitoring what your child watches and how much time he spends at it will enable you to make appropriate use of television.

The Importance of Developmental Toys and Games for Babies and Toddlers

Choosing toys that are educational and entertaining can help babies develop skills and have fun at the same time. Read on to learn more about choosing toys and games to help your baby and toddler grow.

The Importance of Early Education

During the early and formative years of a child's development it is important to nurture and encourage proper growth and development. Read on to learn more about the importance of early education.

The Right School for your Gifted Child

It's a challenge finding the right learning environment for a child who masters ideas and concepts quickly but behaves like any other child his age.

Toys are great teachers.

With toys, children explore their world, discover how things work, encounter new ideas, build physical strength and dexterity, use their imaginations, and learn to cooperate with others. Read on to learn more about how toys can be beneficial to...

Your Child is Smart in More Ways than One!

Intelligence is more than just being booksmart. Child psychologists have developed theories of multiple intelligences. Read on to learn more and find out how this may apply to your child.