The Coronavirus epidemic is scary. But it’s also an opportunity for parents to spend quality family time with their kids and find productive and educational activities for them to do at home.
People who practice metacognition tend to be happier and more academically successful than their non-metacognitive peers.
Hide-and-seek, LEGOs, imaginary friends, Barbie dolls… We all know play when we see it. But what exactly is the purpose of playtime, and how can it enhance learning in the classroom?
There are three key stages - before, during, and after!
Screen time can be used effectively without hampering your children's development. Here's how.
Interacting with screens is an unavoidable part of our children’s lives. Too much of the wrong kind of screen time has negative effects. Here are some of the ways to make screen time interaction work out for you and your children.
Learning the English alphabet is an important step for acquiring the language. By learning the order and all of the names of the letters, your child gains the ability to identify the written word and the tools to begin phonetic reading.
Use our guided questions to help determine whether your child ascribes mostly to a fixed mindset or a growth mindset.
How can we help our kids transform the way their brains are wired, in order to reach their full learning potential? Read more here!
Learning through songs engages young minds in new and unique ways.
It is possible for children to learn perfect native pronunciation even if their parents are not native English speakers.