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Early Learning Activity: Plucking Alphabet Carrots


This exciting, yet simple early learning activity is geared towards making toddlers and preschoolers learn alphabets and numbers, improve their motor skills (particularly hand-eye coordination) as well as enhance their sensory development (as they get to  see, feel, touch and smell the contents of this activity).
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Big Love = Big Brain


We have all heard that nurturing children makes them smarter. Ever wondered exactly how that happens?
While the impacts of nurture on cognitive development are wide-ranging, one of the most intriguing effects of providing children with TLC is the enhanced growth of certain parts of their brain. Big Love equals …

Brain Rules For Baby – Myth Buster

Brain Rules For Baby – Myth BusterPlay

An informative video about some common misconceptions with regards to a baby’s cognitive development, by John Medina – a developmental molecular biologist who is the author of the New York Times bestseller Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five.

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