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How Books and Shared Reading Can Encourage Cognitive Development of Preschoolers  

Right from the moment they are born, children are deeply engaged in the social world around them that not only include their teachers, parents, classmates, and siblings, but also different objects as well as values. All these factors work together to create the context for the cognitive development of preschoolers.   The thinking skills of a

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Simple Tips for Developing Self Control in Your Preschooler  

Psychologists strongly believe that self-control is one of most important characteristics traits of a healthy, wealthy, and responsible individual. When it comes to teaching self control to kids, it may appear to be a daunting proposition. However, childhood is probably the best time for any individual start developing self-control. Some children around us are more

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Why We Should Support a Child’s Unique Interests  

Childhood days are all about discovering new things. This is the time when kids gather new experiences that help them discover things they are interested in. It is true that activities that are appealing to 4-year-olds may not continue to be of any interest to them once they grow up. However, it is true that

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Reasons for Including Phonemic Awareness in Early Childhood Classroom  

In order to learn reading and writing, children need to develop many different skills. Before they are able to start reading and writing, it is important for them to understand how sounds work and how they are related to different words.   Reading different types of books allows kids to develop vocabulary, supports comprehension, creates an

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Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Early Childhood Education 

Early childhood education presents many opportunities to support the emotions of children and many of these opportunities can be transformed into learning situations for them. In order to develop our kids into successful individuals, it is important for them to have certain social-emotional skills. Inclusion of emotional intelligence in early childhood education is important to ensure

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How to Set New Year Resolutions for a Preschooler  

We have just arrived at the beginning of another New Year and many of us have already created our own New Year resolutions. We often do this with the goal of picking up good daily habits or becoming an improved person. However, please remember that New Year resolutions are not just for the adults. Even

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