In a world in which we spend so much of our time in front of a screen – smartphone, tablet, computer, television – setting up board games, or tabletop games, is a refreshing change. These (largely) screen-less games allow children to touch and interact with something tangible. Children can learn so . . .
Written by Chief Editor, Britt Lynn The process of pretend play teaches so many social-emotional skills, as well as language and thinking skills. Children process life through play. It is their way of existing. And what better way to engage in this formative type of play than with a dollhouse? In some . . .
Edited by Britt Lynn A Hoverboard... What's that? If you're reading this, you probably didn't have a hoverboard as a kid. Unfortunately, the hoverboards you may have imagined (ones that float) aren't yet available cheaply to the public. No worries. There are still incredible boards that will let your feet feel like . . .
Toddlers are regarded as the best "copycats" or imitators! In their waking moments, they pay attention to the outside world. They learn from their guardians, babysitters, and parents or the characters they see on television. Kids observe their caregivers' and parents' conversations, interactions, reactions to situations, and eating habits. Toddlers and . . .
For toddlers, playing and learning are one and the same. As these young children fresh out of infancy begin to explore the world, there’s so much for them to learn. They’re primed to begin understanding language, they’re starting to develop physical dexterity and motor skills and they are even capable . . .