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Kids ages 3-5 have tons of energy and are eager to walk, run, dance, and play. It's a great age for exploration too.
Toddlers are learning to talk, to walk and run, and to assert their independence. For many in this age group, "outside" and "play" are common requests.
From kindergarten through third grade, kids' ability to read will grow by leaps and bounds. Although teachers provide lots of help, parents continue to play a role in a child's reading life.
An age-wise guide on play and the toys that encourage learning, promote motor skill development, and spark imagination.
Reading aloud to your preschooler is a great way to encourage learning development and to help prepare your child for independent reading down the line.
Learn why play is so important during the preschool years, and what you can do to foster your child's imagination.
Reading to toddlers lays the foundation for their independent reading later on. Here are some tips.
It might look like just child's play, but toddlers are hard at work learning important physical skills as they gain muscle control, balance, and coordination.