Play is the Best Form of Research!
Play helps young children to learn and develop their physical, social, emotional and intellectual skills through doing and talking, which research has proven to be the means by which young children learn to think. It is also how they learn to socialise, as children engage in learning experiences with other children and adults.
Core Strength is More Important Than you Know
The first thing I wish every parent knew about child development is the importance of core strength and position as the foundation for fine and gross motor skills, speech and language, and academic skills.
Play-based Learning Can Set Your Child up for Success
Kindergartens and schools offer various approaches to early education, all promoting the benefits of their particular programs. One approach gaining much attention in the early years sector is play-based learning. Research shows that play-based learning enhances children’s academic and developmental learning outcomes. It can also set your child up for success in the 21st century by teaching them relevant skills.
Children Who Do Chores are More Successful Adults
Want your children to grow up to be successful? Make them do chores. When they balk (and trust me: they will probably balk), you can tell them that scientific research supports you.
Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. Two in three Australians will be diagnosed with a skin cancer by the age of 70. Sunscreen use is one of five important ways of reducing the risk of skin cancer.