What To Do With Baby: A Guide to Developmentally Appropriate Play
Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.
Playing and Learning with Natural Materials
5 ways to incorporate nature into learning and play. Perfect for early childhood classrooms, homeschools, and at home. Guest post from www.mynearestanddearest.com
Brain Breaks: An Important Tool for Every Parent! - Heather Haupt
Check out my new Brain Break Book (Print & eBook editions)! A year and a half ago while working with my oldest on spelling dictation, he started to get restless and completely incapable of focusing on the work at hand. In frustration, I found myself launching into a long-winded lecture. Blah, blah, blah… As my monologue progressed, I noticed …
Mirrors | Day 22 - 30DaysTYP | Racheous
30 Days to Transform Your Play series Mirrors add another dimension to learning. They can be used in various ways to enhance play and learning. Add them to the walls, (at the child’s level, behind a point of interest – toys, a project and/or in a specific area [i.e. the block area]) on the surface […]
The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind | The Sensory Spectrum
The whole-brain child: Do children conspire to make their parents’ lives endlessly challenging? No—it’s just their developing brain calling the shots!
Child Brain Development (Infographic)
The folks at parenting-journals.com have put together this infographic showing some amazing facts about the human brain and its development from conception on.
Neuroplasticity - GoodTherapy.org Therapy Blog
Neurons are brain cells that communicate by sending chemicals back and forth. These chemicals, called neurotransmitters, travel between neurons through points called synapses. Neurons will form new connections with each other as a child grows, learns, or reacts to their environment. All our knowledge, memories, abilities, habits, and more are written into this network of …
Stretch and Shape the Brain: An Introduction to Neuroplasticity for Children - SharpBrains
Following are two great illustrations excerpted from the children’s book: Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain: Stretch It, Shape It. This new book written by JoAnn Deak, PhD and illustrated by Sarah Ackerley explains to children how the brain changes with experiences and how they have some control over their brain power and health. It is a […]
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