Early Childhood Development
Early Childhood Development
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Are your kids wanting to constantly eat junk food? Here are 7 tips to help you encourage healthy eating habits for kids. www.GoldenReflect...
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Are your children wanting to constantly eat junk foods? Here are 7 tips to help you encourage healthy eating habits for your children.
7 tips to encourage healthy eating habits for kids. Part of the 31 days to a healthier new year series on GRB. #Pintorials
Best Toys 1
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Top toys to encourage speech & language developement in young children (recommended by a pediatric speech language pathologist)
Part one of a four part series on the best toys to help encourage speech and language development in young children. Great for parents and early childhood educators. Includes speech and language concepts that can be targeted for each toy.
Top Toys How They Can Support Speech Language Development (Part Three)
Best Toys to Encourage Speech and Language Skills in Young Children
Ice Cream Dough! A totally NEW sensory dough created by Play Create Explore. Looks and smells JUST like ice cream!
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Ice Cream Sensory Play Dough
Ice Cream Play Dough
Make your own "Ice Cream" PlayDough This is SO creative! .. chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, mint... endless scents & colors.
Ice Cream Dough! A totally NEW sensory dough created by Play Create Explore. Looks and smells JUST like ice cream
All about sensory play: what it is, how it benefits kids, and TONS of sensory play ideas - Gift of Curiosity
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Sensory activities & ideas
All about sensory play - the why, the how, and tons of sesory play examples || Gift of Curiosity
All About Sensory Play #preschool #SuliaMoms
All about SENSORY PLAY: what it is, how it benefits kids, and TONS of sensory play ideas - Gift of Curiosity
Components of Healthy Attachment.
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Touch is good for baby's development and Mom's well-being. Simple ways to incorporate this intervention in daily #parenting.
a mom and a child need to have a good bond for a healthy development
The Power of Love and Hugs
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Rhythm and Reflexes (or, Why We Rock Babies)
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Son pocos los adultos que se resisten a no hablar con extrema "delicadeza" a los niños, y en muchos casos no articulan bien las palabras y ocasionan q...
Hablar con propiedad a los niños es importante
baby sensory play activites
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56 Sensory Play Activites for Babies ~ Tons of fun sensory activities!
56 Sensory Play Activites for Babies ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose
Baby Play: 56 Sensory Play Ideas for Babies
Growing A Jeweled Rose: 56 Sensory Play Ideas for Babies AHHHHH going to make these tonight to play tomorrow!
56 Sensory Play Ideas for Babies! Sensory education for babies. We use the same concept with puppies.
Baby Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose
The Power of Talking to Your Baby - NYTimes.com
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NY Times: The Power of Talking to Your Baby "(...) Another idea, however, is creeping into the policy debate: that the key to early learning is talking — specifically, a child’s exposure to language spoken by parents and caretakers from birth to age 3, the more the better. It turns out, evidence is showing, that the much-ridiculed stream of parent-to-child baby talk — Feel Teddy’s nose! It’s so soft! Cars make noise (...) is very, very important. (So put those smartphones away!)
The Power of Talking to Your Baby: "By the time a poor child is 1 year old, she has most likely already fallen behind middle-class children in her ability to talk, understand and learn. The gap between poor children and wealthier ones widens each year, and by high school it has become a chasm. American attempts to close this gap in schools have largely failed, and a consensus is starting to build that these attempts must start long before school — before preschool, perhaps even before birth."
The Power of Talking to Your Baby - NYTimes.com By the time a poor child is 1 year old, she has most likely already fallen behind middle-class children in her ability to talk, understand and learn. the key to early learning is talking is a child’s exposure to language spoken by parents and caretakers from birth to age 3, the more the better.
The Power of Talking to Your Baby #blog
New York Times article: "The Power of Talking to Your Baby"
Arguments in the home linked with babies brain functioning
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Arguments affect brain development in lil' ones. If you're tired of arguing with your spouce email me: email@example.com
Arguments in the home linked with babies brain functioning - Being exposed to arguments between parents is associated with the way babies' brains process emotional tone of voice, according to a new study to be published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. | Science Daily
Children should be allowed to get bored, expert says Via BBC
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BBC News: Children Should Be Allowed To Get Bored. "Lack of things to do spurred her to talk to people she would not otherwise have engaged with and to try activities she wouldn't have. . . When children have nothing to do now, they immediately switch on the TV, the computer, the phone or some kind of screen. Children need to have stand-and-stare time, time imagining and pursuing their own thinking processes or assimilating their experiences through play or just observing the world around them."
Great BBC article about children finding their own creativity ....
allow children to be bored every once in a while
#bbc Children should be allowed to get bored so they can develop their innate ability to be creative, an education expert says. Dr Teresa Belton told the BBC cultural expectations that children should be constantly active could hamper the development of their imagination
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Sugar Aunts: Scissor Skills Activities for Kids
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Sugar Aunts: Improving Scissor Skills with Play Dough #kidslearning #newskills #kids #playdough #scissorskills
Building Towers Helps Toddlers Learn Self Control and Other Crucial Developmental Skills via www.intellidance.org
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When “W Sitting,” the body is locked down and the chance to fall over is minimized. This is a good thing right? Wrong! Children need to build endurance and strength in upright sitting positions. When they learn to sit properly, the trunk muscles are activated to help maintain balance and sit in an upright position. That doesn’t happen when “W” sitting.
"W Sitting" and Your Child - Sixty Second Parent
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This article covers the reasons why "W" sitting is not good for kids
Do NOT let your kiddos W sit. When “W Sitting,” the body is locked down and the chance to fall over is minimized. This is a good thing right? Wrong! Children need to build endurance and strength in upright sitting positions. When they learn to sit properly, the trunk muscles are activated to help maintain balance and sit in an upright position. That doesn’t happen when “W” sitting.
Why "W Sitting" Is NOT good for kids - Sixty Second Parent
Use transitions throughout the day to "MOTORVATE" kids to move and grow! Ten fast, fun "motorvators"
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Learning on the move. Movement is so beneficial to brains! "Sit and get does not grow dendrites!" If you are not familiar with @Gillian Lanyon Veronica Friedman Connell at Moving Smart Now, you are in for a TREAT! I adore incorporating movement into therapy sessions with kiddos! Repinned by @Kidlutions See all of our kid-related pins at http://www.pinterest.com/kidlutions ~Wendy =)
Use transitions throughout the day to "MOTORVATE" kids. Great way to incorporate physical activity into the school day.
Guest Post: Learning on the Move | Free Spirit Publishing Blog
Sensory Activities for Children Ages 0-2. Over a dozen inexpensive activities to try at home! Via www.intellidance.ca
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What you Need: Hair Gel (we bought green but you could add food coloring to clear to make any color of your choice) Heavy duty freezer bags Duct tape Glitter, half marbles, sequins, small soft rubber creatures, googly eyes, etc. (pretty much anything that wont melt in the hair gel and will not puncture the bag)
DIY "I Spy" Sensory Bags
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Sensory Balloons: Sensory Play Craft for Babies and Toddlers via Intellidance.org Great for fine motor development!
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Intellidance classes promote holistic early childhood development! For more information visit www.intellidance.org
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The Importance of Pretend Play. Young children learn by imagining and doing. Encourage your child to use her imagination — it’s not just fun, but builds learning skills too!
Importance of pretend play -- builds social skills, language skills, thinking skills & nurtures the imagination.
Dramatic Play Center | Early Childhood | The Importance of Pretend Play
"The Importance of Pretend Play". Loved this article, because these days there are more toys out there that do little to nothing for the imagination and a child's development.