Author Archives: Louise Savoie

Parents’ Involvement Is Vital In Early Childhood Education

Parents, you’re not off the hook yet. If you’ve just heaved a big sigh of relief after you’ve enrolled your two-year old tot to an early childhood school, hold your horses just yet. Your involvement in the education of your … Continue reading

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Have You Heard About Natural Classroom? Curious Minds Learning Center Offers It

Tour the campus of an early childhood education provider in your area, and chances are, you will be treated to a grand excursion of their physical facility: the safe, comfortable, convenient, well ventilated and well lighted areas where kids purportedly … Continue reading

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Why Curious Kids Should Be In School

You could have probably read that one of the signs that parents should watch out for in a kid that is ready for school is his curiosity. Kids who are fond of asking many questions or going around trying to … Continue reading

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Write and Draw: 5 Stages of Artistic Development every Parent Should Know

  Does that excite you hearing the first few words of your baby saying “mama” or “papa”? Or even seeing your little tots’ first tiny steps? More so, that moment when your child holds a crayon and starts fiddling with … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Guide: Tips on How to Make a Kid-Friendly Classroom on the First Day of Preschool  

Teaching is a fulfilling profession. The ability to share your knowledge, skills and talents to other people is a rewarding experience. And it is not only a one-way learning system but both benefit from each other. When you are an … Continue reading

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Benefits of Book Reading for Pre-schoolers  

  Young children are constantly exposed to a socially changing environment where they are surrounded by their parents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, classmates, and teachers. However, besides the people who are with them 24/7, there are tangible objects that can … Continue reading

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