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Cognitive Development for Your Child Through Social Relationships

The theory of social development argues that community and language play a central part in learning. It is believed that children develop independently of specific stages as a result of social interactions. We are born with 4 elementary functions: at...

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How Experience Is an Effective Way of Learning

Arguably the most natural and powerful form of learning is through experience, or more precisely through reflection on doing. We call this one experiential learning. We all had our painful encounters with experiential learning, for example, when we w...

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Helpful Tips for Your Kids to Love Reading

In recent years, there has been a significant decrease in the number of youngsters who read for enjoyment. In fact, according to Scholastic’s annual Youngsters and Family Report, the percentage of kids who read for pleasure has decreased by ove...

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Effective Tantrum Resistant Techniques

We feel upset if we cannot express ourselves or be self-sufficient. That’s how a toddler feels right before a temper tantrum. Many things can contribute to this, including hunger, inattention, and tiredness. Tantrums are children’s ways o...

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Preparing Your Child for Preschool

Seeing our children eager for their first day of school fills us with excitement, but it also fills us with anxiety and grief. These feelings are natural. Our child would experience a range of emotions as well. This new phase … Read More ›

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Why You Should Enroll Your Child at Yoko`s Daycare?

Choosing a daycare center is a challenging logistical and emotional endeavor. Parents are looking for a childcare facility that can give their children a high-quality, holistic education. Furthermore, parents prefer to enroll their children in a chil...

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