School readiness skills begin in early childhood. When parents work extra hours or come home too tired to read or play, children may not receive enough attention to develop the cognitive skills needed for school success.
Excessive screen time is associated with language delays in young children, but there’s an even more important factor in early language development. Do you know what it is?
During the early years, the brain prepares for learning through language development. Help young children build language skills with these simple and fun activities.
Recognition of the importance of pre-school programs is growing, and so is the availability of early childhood education funding. Start your grant search here with our big link list.
Research shows that children from rich language environments start school with an advantage over their peers. What can parents do at home to help their children succeed?
You probably already know that you should read to your children, but do you know why? Here are three important reasons to not only read aloud with your child, but also to make it a shared activity.