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by Alison Carter (Play Based Educator, ESL Teacher, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Pilates Teacher, Journalist and Writer)

Unique and Beneficial Sporting Activities for Children

Oct. 5, 2021

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Are you looking for interesting and beneficial sports for your children? In this article, we will explore the benefits and main characteristics of ballroom dancing, yoga, fencing and badminton. These may be sports and movement activities that you may not immediately think of for your children to participate in. However, they can be extremely beneficial for children’s holistic development.

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Adventures in Reading: 20 Wonderful Picture Books

Sept. 19, 2021

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We know that children who read for about twenty minutes every day, do better academically than those who don’t. Picture books make great reading materials since they can be consumed from cover to cover in just a few minutes. Continue reading the article to get to learn these wonderful books!

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by Olga Kitina (Teacher-defectologist and Speech Therapist)

Toddler`s Speech Development at the Age of 2‑3

Sept. 13, 2021

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Toddler`s speech development at the age of 2‑3 is characterized by a number of distinctive features, in which several parameters can be conditionally distinguished. Continue reading to find out more about these parameters and exercises you may apply to enhance your young kid's speech development.

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Top Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching Kids to Read

Sept. 7, 2021

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These days, kids seem to be learning to read earlier than ever before! After all, preschool and kindergarten seem to have tougher expectations for children as they enter the classroom for the very first time. If you’re interested in getting your kid reading sooner rather than later, read this article to discover the top mistakes to avoid when teaching your child to read, and learn what you can do instead to foster your child’s skills and love for reading!

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by Alison Carter (Play Based Educator, ESL Teacher, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Pilates Teacher, Journalist and Writer)

How to Shape a Home Learning Environment to Boost Children’s Development?

Sept. 6, 2021

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Every parent, whether homeschooling their child or not, wants to ensure that the home environment is one that fosters the rounded development of their little one. A study from Peeple - a UK-based charity supporting parents/carers, babies and children to learn together - shows that a positive home learning environment is the single most important factor in ensuring children’s developmental outcomes through childhood. Continue reading to explore more about the research!

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Adventures in Reading (Introduction)

Sept. 6, 2021

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If you have a school-aged child, you’re probably familiar with the recommendation that your child should be reading for at least twenty minutes every day. But how can you get your child to read - that's the main question that may disturb you. We are launching a series of articles to help you arouse interest of your kid to the reading!

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Best Math Manipulatives to Have at Home

Aug. 27, 2021

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Classrooms are full of useful tools. Why not have some of those tools at home? This is a list of some of the most useful math manipulatives to assist students when they are at home. Moreover, one may use visual learning methods to teach theit child math.

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by Alison Carter (Play Based Educator, ESL Teacher, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Pilates Teacher, Journalist and Writer)

The Benefits of Play-Based Learning

Aug. 25, 2021

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This year has been a difficult one for lots of reasons. Rising numbers of parents and caregivers have been homeschooling their children, whilst working full-time jobs in the midst of a global pandemic and this has added new unprecedented strains and stresses. It has also meant that caregivers have had to be adaptable and creative about the way they educate their children.

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by Olga Kitina (Teacher-defectologist and Speech Therapist)

Speech Development of Children Aged From 1 to 2

July 20, 2021

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By the age of 12 months, there are already 8-10 words in the active dictionary of a child, and from that moment the verbal period of speech development begins. By the second year, the number of words in the active dictionary increases to 300-400, of which children can build simple sentences of 2-3 words. It would be a mistake to assume that all this comes to the child spontaneously, of course. To develop speech, it is necessary to communicate with adults, which contributes to the formation of thinking and speech, and the development of cognitive activity. 

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Being a Korean Child. The Learning Curve

May 5, 2021

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Today we have a talk with Hyan Min. He’s a husband and father of one, living in Korea. He works in private equity and is a venture capitalist who takes great pride in ensuring his daughter is well equipped for her future. We’re very interested to learn about what life is like raising a daughter in Korea as well as the challenges faced in the education system particularly surrounding the English language. 

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