Encouraging School Readiness From Birth to 3
You can help babies and toddlers learn and grow by getting to know each child in your care and engaging in activities that match their individual skills, needs, and interests.
Babies are born ready to learn. Adults often wonder how they can get their baby or toddler off to a good start so that he is ready for kindergarten. Remember, young children learn best through their everyday experiences with the people they love and trust, and when the learning is fun. Here are four key skill areas that help children get ready for school.
Getting children ready for school is a process that starts as soon as the child is born. Here are everyday strategies to help children develop thinking skills, self-control, self-confidence, and lan…
"Across the United States, interest in early childhood development continues to grow." The following is an abridged version of the article “Birth to 5 and Beyond: A Growing Movement in Early Educatio…
Developing self-control begins at birth and continues throughout childhood. Learn what you can do to nurture the development of self-control early.