Goo goo, gaa gaa — absolutely! Read lots of books to your little one to teach communication.
Education: Babies & Toddlers
Aurelia or Bodhi? Evangeline or Soren? A far cry from Kathy or Bobby!
Educational initiatives to assure children that learn to read by the third grade abound at the national, state and local levels. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to realize that reading is the most important educational skill a child can possess. Here are some tips to help raise a reader.
When Baby hasn’t said her first words, is it time for concern?
There are lots of ways to stimulate language development in your baby or toddler. Since he spends so much time in the tub, it’s a great place to begin chatting it up!
Are babies born with all they need to achieve their full potential, or can you help them along? While the nature versus nurture debate continues, most parents want Baby to achieve milestones faster.
Your baby’s brain is like a sponge. His early development of the brain requires participation from the parents and lots of reading to him.
You’ve worked hard to potty train him & you’re not about to let a car ride mess it up … are you? Check out this fun quick-tips video on potty training.
Today’s top-notch preschool programs are carefully planned where every activity is aimed at developing your tot’s fullest potential.
Play groups and classes offer young children a different type of interaction from that of the home setting. Observation and imitation of peers are key to helping your baby develop her social skills.