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Understanding the Importance of Technology in Early Childhood Education

We live at a time when technology has made a significant impact on all aspects of human life. However, there have been some controversies in the recent years regarding the role of technology in early childhood education. Some people believe that exposure to technology may have some adverse impacts on children and their natural development

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The Benefits of Returning to Preschool

When considering quality early childhood education, now is a perfect time to discuss with parents the advantages of enrolling their child in preschool from ages three to five. As lockdown restrictions in New South Wales are lifted and preschools open once again, the well-documented benefits of an early childhood education should be interesting to parents

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Tips to Integrate Mindfulness in Early Childhood Education

In the recent years, schools that have integrated mindfulness programs in their classrooms have reported a number of benefits such as better cognitive performance, improved classroom behaviour, better social skills, lower stress, and even improved academic performance. This is probably the reason why more than ever before, mindfulness has emerged as a necessary component of early

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Tips to Develop Reading Habits in Children

Reading is undoubtedly one of the most essential and fundamental skills for a child to succeed in life. Development of good reading habits in children not only helps them academically, but also in their everyday life. Early childhood educators must focus on building reading habits in their students because it develops vocabulary, increases attention span,

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Tips to Develop Reading Habits in Children

Reading is undoubtedly one of the most essential and fundamental skills for a child to succeed in life. Development of good reading habits in children not only helps them academically, but also in their everyday life. Early childhood educators must focus on building reading habits in their students because it develops vocabulary, increases attention span,

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Things Teachers and Parents can do for teaching Children to Share

Parents often complain that their preschooler doesn’t like sharing things with others. If you are facing this problem at home, you are not alone. Please remember that its perfectly normal for children of this age to find sharing a tricky idea. In general, children start understanding the concept of sharing from the age of three

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