You make happy memories and hone your child's life skills when you play board games.
We keep hearing about the dangers of screen use and how it's a good idea for the whole family to do a digital detox. So what to do? Let's go back to playing board games!Some board games may be expensive, but it
Take it from these moms. Once your child find the joy of reading he won't stop!
Why are we asking Australian parents about reading? Well, it's a favorite leisure activity among Australians. The Australia Council for the Arts found out 92% of the country's citizens classified themselves as readers; over 80% of parents encourage their children to read;
All we can say is encourage your toddler's "kadaldalan" by reading to him out loud!
By the time you give birth, you already know all of the milestones your baby should be hitting (we also hope you keep in mind that children don't always develop in the same pace.) At 12 months, you can't wait to hear
Let's break down the essential skills your little should master before he can learn to read.
Reading has become one of the most-bragged about milestones for parents (admit it!) and understandably so. It is an amazing feeling when we see our tiny human being reading at an early age. But reading is more than memorizing the ABCs or
"I'm worried my son may not be at the same reading level as his classmates. What can I do?"
Preschool is where your child's classroom learning journey begins. Sometimes though, parents wonder if their child is ready to be a student or if her skills are level with her peers. SmartParenting.com.ph asked a few experts to answer questions about speech and literacy
You definitely need to grab copies of these for your kiddo when you see them at the bookstore.
Every third week of July, the Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY) celebrates National Children's Book Day and announces the winners of its much-coveted National Children’s Book Awards. For this year's winners of the Best Reads for Kids, we're happy to see
"For me, books are more than fun and educational. They're a family tradition."
When I opened the gates to screen time for my 2-year-old daughter, I was planning to limit it to airplanes and sick days. But with TV and tablets came a whole new colorful world that hooked my tot instantly, and her new
Plus, recommended books for children age 8 and up
Photo Source: Yellow/FlickrAs much as possible, we parents want our children to grow up to be readers. However, getting a child to pick up a book on his own and actually start reading is easier said than done. In fact, sometimes, the
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Faced with the dilemma of selecting the best preschool for your kid? We present to you several learning and teaching methods to make the right pick.
Teachers help discover children’s kind of “smart” to teach concepts, believing that learning is an individual process and there is no one strategy that will work for all students. Assessment and evaluation of a student’s performance and skills cannot be quantified in