The power of a mother’s love can influence not only a child’s emotional development, but his brain development as well, research says.
Based on a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, it was found that school-age children had a larger hippocampus - that component of the brain responsible for memory, learning and response to stress - whose mothers
Help your child uncover his inner strengths and develop them for his fullest potential.
Parenthood is a challenge in letting go, especially for mothers, and I know this from experience. We carry our child in the womb for nine months, give birth to and care for it, hoping and praying all goes well. After all the
Once your child learns the alphabet, you naturally want him or her to continue the journey towards reading. Children learn to love reading when they are surrounded by a culture that loves the written word.
More than learning how to pronounce a word properly or read a sentence from a page, what matters to a child is not the skill, but the experience of reading quality books and of being taught by loving parents. Here’s how to
With a lot of tech gadgets out there, reading a book might pale in comparison. Education expert, Kachela Mariano shares five strategies to get your preschooler to love reading.
Is your child more of a right-brain or a left-brain thinker?
Right Brain: The Synthesizer According to Dr. Sperry’s findings, the right brain fosters creativity, intuition, and imagination. It handles messages that deal with shape, size, and patterns.The right brain is also known as the holistic side. Right-brain people sort out information simultaneously,
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Remember that a child’s intelligence, as well as his language and speech development is affected by his genetic make-up. But do know that there are many other causes for speech delay, which a developmental pediatrician can tell you about. It is both