Children are intrinsically individualistic. They learn and grow at their own pace. However, four prominent stages indicate brain development in children. Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget proposed them, and his theory focuses on understanding not only how children acquire knowledge, but also the nature of...

Brain Food for Child’s Growth Did you know that a child’s brain is two times more active than an adult’s? No wonder that these little brains always have questions at the tip of their tongue. And some of them are particularly intelligent, must say!...

The Importance Of Reading Once upon a time in a faraway land, little Snow White stumbled into a tiny cottage owned by dwarves. Having nothing to do, she pulled out a chair and flipped open a book. A great beam of light radiated from...

Importance of Socialisation at an Early Age Importance of Socialisation at an early age is important. Children are social actors who are sculpted by their environment. Young children proliferate optimally in warm, responsive environments that shield them from inappropriate derision, disapproval, and disdain. They...