Together they ensure that we have enough resources, in the right places, at the right time.
Are you attentive, non-judging and non-reacting in your interaction with your child?
Would you have ever thought that Tummy Time can help an infant develop muscle tone?
It’s often wondered if there is a major link between movement and language and if they can work along side each other in development of children. We believe that they can. In a child’s first 18 months of life they will develop a set of motor and language skills which will be the biggest impact of their lives, why not help the process by starting your child's mobility early?
This week's article is all about how instruments and lyrics combined can produce an expression of emotion. In this piece the author, Kimberly Sena Moore (Ph.D.) explores the three musical ways in which you can influence the emotional state of your child.
In this piece, the author expresses how childhood is a crucial period for cognitive development in a child's life.
This Article Explores Different Learning Styles And Their Effects From Childhood
This Article Explores The Benefits Of Being Barefoot From Improving Body Alignment To Brain Development.
This article describes how the five senses emerge and progress in young babies.
This study explores kindergartners’ play activities based on their playground environment.
This wonderful article explores the intersection of dance, cultural and racial awareness and self-esteem.
We’re sharing an article that explores how the brain develops in early life.
We’re sharing an article that outlines some of the exciting ways in which music influences the development of infants and toddlers.
This week, we’re sharing an article discussing transitions, why they can be difficult, and how as parents, we can use them as educational tools.
What’s considered normal attention span? And what can parents do to improve their child’s?
Around two years from birth, a child’s sense of self begins to emerge. With newfound identity comes a world of possibilities for expression and for development of attitudes and perceptions.
We’re sharing an article this week that explains this crucial distinction, why it matters, and the best parenting practices to encourage autonomous motivation.
Research demonstrates that children as young as 12 months can actually begin forming friendships.
This week, we’re sharing a fascinating study that measured responses of three- to four-months-old infants to music.
Anyone who spends time with infants and toddlers can attest to their natural joy in hearing music and bopping along.
We’re all aware of the ways in which stress can impact our health and livelihoods (especially as New Yorkers). Our weekly blog article discusses how stress affects our little ones.
A study conducted at George Mason University found that participation in a twice-weekly creative dance class improved social competence in a group of preschoolers enrolled in a Head Start program.
This week, we’re sharing a recent scientific study that measured the proprioceptive abilities of preschoolers who were exposed to an 8-week creative dance program.
This week, we’re discussing a study examining the reactions of infants ages 5-24 months to music. An experiment conducted to test the rhythmic engagement of babies with music versus speech found that babies are not only more interested in music, but actually respond to it with rhythmic movement!
Our article this week is focused on the importance of early education to the development of motor skills.
“Parents and educators have identified three main types of learning - kinesthetic, visual and auditory.”
To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr, I am pleased to share an article called How to Teach Children about Cultural Awareness and Diversity.
To kick off our first week back to classes, we had a tabla player in our toddler classes.
“Good Job", Well Done, You are the best!” Do you constantly praise your child? Please enjoy this food for thought article about praising your children.
There are several ways to "work" to increase attention span, but being realistic about your child's ability based on developmental age and not pushing your child too much is the first step.
I have shared this article in the past and think it is fabulous! This week's article is called Why so many kids can't sit still in school today.