Attention is an essential tool for basic learning. Weak attention negatively affects the quality of learning in the classroom.
A token economy system is a way of recognising, promoting and rewarding behaviour. Children are given ‘tokens’ when they show a positive behaviour and this is exchanged for a bigger reward.
It is generally recommended that children have their hearing checked annually up until the early primary years.
The development of creativity in early years essentially guides children to develop problem-solving skills in later years.
Learning to take turns is one of the most crucial social skills in our daily life especially when we want to develop friendships, communicate with others and take part in games.
This article aims to help you identify signs that your child is ready to begin reading, as well as ways to encourage reading in your daily routine.
Some would say, one of the hardest things about having young children, is eating out in public. Parents are often concerned about their child’s behaviour in restaurants such as running around, talking loudly, or having a meltdown.
Developing good upper body strength is important for mobility, fine motor skills, and self- help skills.
Research shows that bilingualism itself doesn’t cause language delay. Children learning two languages may be slower to start talking, but research shows this is normal.
Ground rules are helpful for children to understand what the limits are and what behaviour is expected.