One of the most important factors contributing to successful literacy development is whether a child was read to when he/she was younger.
Make time to sing with your child. Research shows that there are positive interactions between the development of speech and language, pitch sensitivity, and singing.
Prepositions are functional location words which offer great opportunities to help expand your child’s vocabulary and utterances during play and everyday routines.
Does your toddler have you feeling like you are in a never-ending game of “20 Questions”? “Why” is followed by “why” and then a few more “whys”. Here’s why.
If you ask your toddler, “Would you like cake or broccoli?” the answer, 8 times out of 10, will be “broccoli”, according to research published in 2019.
Ballet is “en pointe” to serve as a framework for life: you show up, work hard, learn to fail, celebrate success, and serve – all with the utmost of grace.
It was memorising lyrics that helped Ed Sheeran overcome his difficulty to express himself in words, due to his predisposed stutter.
Have you ever played “Would You Rather?” I love that game. It can be played at home, in the classroom, and even in the car! Grab our freebie here.