Play Based Learning Articles (0-2 year olds)
While the benefits children can experience from play-based learning in the early years are extremely well documented, accounts that focus on the benefits parents, teachers, and caregivers can derive from facilitating or designing play-based learning strategies are still rather scarce….
Usually I am not a fan of edible playdough since real playdough shouldn’t be eaten. This is more for young children as it might be hard for them to determine which types of playdough can be eaten and which can’t….
Babies start learning from the day they are born. And vocabulary development is no exception. This is why building a strong vocabulary starts at birth! Because we know about the importance of a child’s vocabulary, let’s look at some ways to make sure your child is developing her vocabulary starting at birth!
What is joint attention? It is a skill that is required in order for a child to learn how to speak. Learning to talk doesn’t seem that difficult, however a lot of skills must be accomplished prior to first words being spoken. Let me explain why…
Simple toys for toddlers are all around us! Some are regular household items you might not even think of using as a toy, however your toddler may see something in it that you didn’t. Here is a list of “toys” every toddler should have access too!
These 12 Play Activities For A 1 Year Old really are uncomplicated. Many use household items or simple toys you most likely already have. I will show you how simple it is to…
Dramatic play is the best form of play for language skill building, however all forms of play will support language development. Keep in mind that you are your child’s best teacher so by being involved in her playtime (not always, they…
THE POWER OF PLAY BASED LEARNING: Research confirms social emotional development occurs through play Think about how many hours you’ve spent as a parent reading to and playing with your kids. Probably more hours than you can even count. Do…
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