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Parent's Corner : Learning

Articles In This Section:

Learning to Share - This fact sheet will help you help children learn to share. Also, it will help you to understand young children and know what to expect from them. (Added June 17, 2000)

Making The Most of Outdoor Play - As I write this, snow is on the ground and the temperature is below freezing. However, the days are increasingly longer, a sure sign that spring will soon be here. By the time you read this, you and the children you care for will like nothing better than spending many hours outside. (Added June 17, 2000)

Math, Science, and Girls: Can We Close The Gender Gap? - In 1992, Mattel Toys put the first talking Barbie doll on the market. Barbie's first words were, "Math class is tough." Mattel thought they were simply expressing the feelings of most school-age girls. Many parents and teachers, though, thought Barbie should keep her mouth shut. As a result, Barbie stopped talking.  (Added June 17, 2000)

Music And Movement Activities - Music and dancing are inside each child. All caregivers do is let them out. That is good news for those of us who are not gifted in these areas. It tells us that all we need to do is encourage, not "teach" music and movement. Here are some ideas that may help you "let the music out." (Added June 17, 2000)

Reading Aloud With Preschoolers - While connecting experience to language is an important foundation for learning to read, giving children direct contact with books is equally important. In fact, the single most important activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children. (Added June 17, 2000)

Creative Play Helps Children Grow!  - Every child is born with creative potential, but this potential may be stifled if care is not taken to nurture and stimulate creativity. Creativity shows one's uniqueness. It is the individual saying: "I can be; I can do." Isn't this what we want for our children? (Added July 11, 2000)

Sensory Materials: More Than Playdough - Sensory materials are often goopy, messy things that children can't wait to get their hands into. They're what our moms told us not to play with. Any material that stimulates several senses, especially the sense of touch is considered a sensory material. (Added August 17, 2000)

 



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