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Importance of getting involved with your kids’ Preschool

Parental involvement is very important for the kids success and also it enhances the parent teacher relationship creating a positive environment for the child to develop physical, emotional and intellectual well-being. There are many ways for the parents to involve themselves in their child’s learning journey at preschool. Active and effective communication with schools: The main objective is to have an effective collaboration and communication with the preschool to work together for better trust and also help both teachers and

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Cognitive Skill

Cognitive Development of Preschoolers at Home

Early childhood education has a substantial impact on the cognitive development of preschoolers in lower primary school. The kids need to improve their analytical skills at an early age and also the ability to focus and develop critical thinking. It helps the kids’ brain to grasp the concepts, think critically, develop reasoning skills and finally in remembering the concepts well in a fun way.  Pretend play for learning: In the formative years, cognitive development learning happens through play in a

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Positive Guidance For Preschoolers

At” Little Elly”, we believe young children are innately valuable, deserving of our love and respect. These preschoolers are still emotionally and socially maturing. They are new to the school environment and have little life experience and verbal ability, therefore they require our assistance. We need to lead children’s social and emotional development by constantly guiding them to cope with their new environment. Positive guidance is founded on the idea that any method of child guidance should emphasise the development

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Children Reading Activities

Pick up a Book and Read to your Child!

“I had a mother who read to meSagas of pirates who scoured the sea,Cutlasses clenched in their yellow teeth,“Blackbirds” stowed in the hold beneath.   I had a Mother who read me the thingsThat wholesome life to the boy heart brings–Stories that stir with an upward touch,Oh, that each mother of boys were such!   You may have tangible wealth untold;Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold.Richer than I you can never be–I had a Mother who read to me.”

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Handy Tips To Be A More Effective Parent

Listen The problem with parents is that we think that we know best. To be fair, we often do. But when we are convinced of our own inevitable goodness, it’s tempting not to spend enough time actually understanding the problem and to just jump in with a solution. Especially when we are stressed, we often tend to underestimate the importance of process over outcome in children’s development and we forget the importance of listening to our children. I mean by

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Self-Care Tips for Busy Parents

Self-Care Tips for Busy Parents

It’s likely that you don’t have any time for yourself these days. To be truly present for your children, though, you must first put your own oxygen mask on. In an ideal world, we’d all have time to pursue worthwhile hobbies or, at the very least, take a well-deserved break every now and then. However, you may have to scrounge whatever time you can for yourself right now, even if it means taking care of your children all day (and

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