Playtime is fun... and develops motor skills! Children between the ages of 3 and 7 years old love playing with their siblings, parents, and peers! Playtime isn't just about having fun with others but also about learning new skills, strengthening old skills, and establishing relationships with others. Indeed, it isn't . . .
Loved by many, arcade gaming is one of the most sought after entertainment media. You've likely encountered these in entertainment centers, pubs, and other public places where kids (and adults!) go to pass the time while mom and sister are out shopping. Arcade games come in various categories such as . . .
Kids are their most creative during their preschool to toddler years. Even before they reach six years old, their imagination has likely peaked and has expressed this freedom through creativity. Their expression comes from their personal experience and feelings, which are often a reflection of their emotional health. Imagination plays . . .
Children are generally curious. And with the rising use of technology, they are exposed to digital platforms at a very early age. For some parents, video games are approached with caution because of its ill-reputation for turning adorable little children into video addicts. However, this is not always the case. . . .
Written by Britt Lynn Children within the toddler and kindergarten age range are likely to participate in various physical activities, play, and in socialization. Early childhood activities may involve exploring nature, drawing, and collaborative play with other children. It’s also the time where they even start going to school to learn . . .
Children are usually their most creative as soon as they hit three years old. During this time, kids are physically active and drawn more to doing creative activities. Throughout their toddler years, excellent motor skills would have developed where they draw, write, and manipulate movements with better precision. They demonstrate . . .
Children 2-and-a-half to 4 years old usually start preschool. And with kids this age having short attention spans, teachers and parents need to be a little more creative. Equally important is the comfort and safety of your preschoolers while they do school work. Kids spend a lot of time running around, . . .