In spite of the fact that the students of mediocre category in India have been suffering a lot and full of fear at maths. But the situation has been changed in India, Genius Abacus and Genius Vedic Mathematics have been spread all corners of the globe. Now the students are enjoying a lot at maths using the above concepts and defeating computers and calculators. All the children are GENIUS but we ENLIGHTEN the minds of the genius. Genius is not “innate ability”-It’s the output of the hard work. Continue reading
Preschool learning activities vary in many different forms. If you use a little creativity, you can come up with great preschool activities and learning activities for preschoolers and children.
Emotional Development activities for kids as well as Fine Motor Skills Development are very important areas to develop in your child.
Having your child cut out various shapes and objects is a great way to help develop fine motor skills.
Of course if you are going to allow your children or preschoolers to do this activity you need to ensure they are using the proper ‘child safe’ scissors when doing ANY cutting in any material. Continue reading
A Good pencil grip is one of the first steps to developing good handwriting skills. As a parent you can help you child to develop good pencil grip. Correct pencil grip will allow your child to write quickly and smoothly, while a tight or incorrect grip can hinder writing.
The Tripod Pencil Grasp: This pencil grip is the one that is most recommended by schools. The pencil should be positioned so that there is equal pressure between the thumb, the side of the middle finger and the tip of the index finger. All fingers are bent slightly.When a pencil is held correctly, the thumb and forefinger form an oval when a child holds the pencil. Tension in the hand or fingers indicates weak fine motor skills. Continue reading
Being an early childhood teacher requires you to be willing to wear many hats. As an experienced teacher, you are already prepared to be flexible. As a new teacher, remember that your job description may change on a daily basis.
In most cases, your role as an early childhood teacher will be very similar to that of a guide. A guide leads others down new paths. A guide walks beside a person on a journey, not in front. A guide also keeps others safe from harm.
As an early childhood teacher, you will be challenged to find new experiences to share with children. Guide children, do not lead them, and move in a direction that interests the child. As a guide, allow the child to choose their learning and playing style while making safety your number one concern! Continue reading
Early Child Development: One to 12 Months
The first year of a child’s life is the most important stages of her development.
1-4 months: By the age of 4 months, your child will already know how to cry, laugh, frown, coo, and smile. During this time, she is learning ways to speak and express emotions.
5-8 months: She will be able to use single syllables. This language development continues from nine to eleven months, when your child will be babbly and use many meaningful gestures.
12-14 months: First words are usually spoken at this age. Continue reading