Sensory activities such as hearing, touching, smelling and tasting is the primary means for building knowledge about the environment and helps a child develop both cognitively and emotionally. Here's how you can create sensory play activities for your child.
As a young child’s brain develops, trillions of connections are formed between brain cells and developed through such stimuli as light, color, smell and sound. These connections are vital to learning. Here are 14 ways to create a mentally stimulating environment for your child.
Engaging in outdoor sports is important in the overall development of a child. But some children may be less adventurous when it comes to getting into the pool or wielding that racquet. Here’s how you can encourage your child to get out there and have fun with sports!