Category Archives: School of Learning

The Stages of Early Childhood and Growth, and How to Deal with Them

Although not much may be learned during these years academically, early childhood is the most crucial aspect of an individual’s life. Things experienced by the child between the ages of 0 to 6 will work as the foundation of their personality, perception, interests, and even fears. It is very important, therefore, to take particular care … Continue reading

“Screen Time” Time-Out: 6 Best Learning Activities for Kids Offline

Taking your kids’ screen time off doesn’t have to mean that they’re being punished; they just have to be aware of the other fun alternatives. Leaving them to their own devices (literally) could make them highly dependent on the internet for entertainment, they should know that there’s a world outside the internet where they could … Continue reading

Sponge-Brained Toddlers: 4 Major Benefits of Learning a Second Language

Children learn mostly from imitating whatever they see in their environment, but this isn’t the only factor that could shape your child’s development. As it turns out, learning a second language could also be beneficial to children in the long run because it: Expands their cognitive capacity Dr. Olenka Bilash of University of Alberta defines … Continue reading

How to Properly Communicate with Your Toddler

Hearing your toddlers beginning to say their first words is quite exciting. Communicating with them is vital for their further development. The capacity to communicate is the ability and desire to connect with others by exchanging ideas and feelings, both verbally and non-verbally. Most children learn to communicate to get a need met or to … Continue reading