We often hear that play is important for your child – did you ever wonder why? Early Childhood Development Specialist, Anastasia Moloney shares why play aids in both cognitive and physical development and how you can provide the right activities and toys based on your tot’s age.
Play & Learning
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How many parents remember growing up hearing, “too much television will rot your brain?” While too much of anything can be bad for you, the real concern that parents should have regarding their child’s use of technology is how it can impact their behavior.
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No matter how hard we try to avoid it, technology is and always will be, a significant part of our children’s lives. The question is, how can we use it to benefit them and support their development.
There are lots of advantages for children who play in nature – from improved cognitive awareness and decreasing stress to improved physical fitness.
But if you’re the kind of parent who really prefers the indoors, how do you go about engaging your children with the natural world?