Category Preschoolers

How To Motivate Your Reluctant Child To Learn

Ndidi Adekunle Whether it’s a child with mood swings or one who would do anything all the time to opt out of a learning situation, we all have come across children who at one point or the other, have shown

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4 Typical Signs Your Child Is Socially & Emotionally Healthy

Social and emotional health contributes significantly to a child’s overall health and disposition. You probably know that already but guess what? There’s more. Recent studies show children who are raised with love in a home with lots of avenues for

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Learning Disability: 10 Signs Your Child is Suffering from Dyslexia

Mark Wealth Dyslexia is a learning dysfunction that affects a child’s reading and writing ability. Children with dyslexia are often seen as dumb, lazy and stubborn. Many dyslexic adults on the other hand are highly creative and successful in their

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Speech & Language Milestones for Children Below 6 Years: What to Expect

Bamidele Wale-Oshinowo A typical child should be able to produce long and complex sentences, speak clearly, intelligently and will understand a vocabulary of tens of thousands of words by age four (4). However, some do not develop the appropriate speech

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Amazing! Watch This 3-Year-Old Chemistry Whiz Teach All About the Periodic Table

3-year-old Brielle can’t read, or even speak properly but she has already found her passion. Very unusual for kids her age, this adorable genius is learning chemistry. When Ellen DeGeneres saw the YouTube video her mum posted of her, she

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5 Ways To Develop Your Toddler’s Speech

By Funke Eweje Children are born with innate language skills. Notwithstanding, there’s need to make conscientious efforts to groom these skills from as early as babyhood as they are generally most receptive to learning in the first 5 years. For

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What To Do If Your Child Has Fits Or Convulsion

If your child has a fit or a convulsion, they may suddenly become rigid, with staring eyes. Sometimes their eyes will roll and their limbs will twitch and jerk. Or they may suddenly go floppy. The following suggestions will help you deal

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6 Amazing Ways Water Play Benefits Your Preschooler

By Angie Dorrell, M.A. Splish, splash, bubble, bubble, pop! Water play, both indoor and outdoor, is a unique activity for children because it’s always available, open-ended, and provides opportunities for extended learning.  All they’re doing is splashing, right? Wrong! Water play

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