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222 articles in "Learning"

  • What Happens Next? Four Activities to Get Them Thinking

    Ashley O'Neill - Learning » Science

    Babies like to put every item within reach into their tiny mouths, just to see how they taste and feel. Toddlers enjoy ripping and breaking things, just to see how they are made. Preschoolers ask "why?" on average every fifteen seconds, just to figure out how things work. And .... read more

  • Amazing Mazes!

    Ginger Carlson - Learning » Cognitive

    Mazes can be traced back to as early as the 5th century BC Egyptians, with early records placing the Egyptian Labyrinth as more fantastical than even the pyramids. We see mazes appear in literature as early as the story of the Greek myth of the Minotaur. Fortunately for u.... read more

  • Summer Counting Fun

    Jennifer - Learning » Math

    With the warm, lazy months of summer upon us, Savvy wants to help you keep your little one's mind active. Here are some summery activities to keep your kids counting through the best months of the year. They are sure to be having so much fun that they won't even know it is goo.... read more

  • The Best Books for Math-Curious Kids

    Laure Latham - Learning » Math

    Math, meet books for children. Children, prepare to love math. When math collides with literature and fun, you never know what your kids will be up to. Will they start seeing their bedroom in geometrical shapes? Will they divide up oranges into quarters at the dinner table to .... read more

  • Summer Math as Summer Reading

    Eliza Clark - Learning » Math

    What are your children enjoying most this summer: their math workbooks or their reading lists? In our family, the summer reading goes down easy, but the math problems, not so much. The workbooks get done, but only with a lot of moaning and groaning along the way. It's a hard s.... read more

  • Summer Reading Challenges

    Ashley Young - Learning » Reading

    Summer is a great time to veg out in the shade on a hot afternoon with a good book, and books are so easy to tote to the pool or the beach. Your kids can join a summer reading challenge and earn recognition—and maybe prizes—for all of that page-turning!Your local library p.... read more

  • Learning a Second Language

    Eliza Clark - Learning » Language

    It's on the minds of many parents of young children: how can we help our kids learn a second language? There are many reasons for parents to be asking this question right from the start.  In our rapidly globalizing, increasingly interconnected world, a second language is .... read more

  • And They Slept Happily Ever After: Using Art to Tame Nightmares

    Amy Rees - Learning » Art

    Your pediatrician may well have warned you that your eighteen-month-old might start showing signs of some pretty vivid dreams. She may not have mentioned, however, that those dreams might swell into full-fledged nightmares over the next few years. Further, she may not have m.... read more

  • Ten 21st Century Classics

    Eliza Clark - Learning » Reading

    Having a child does curious things to a person's sense of time.  The past rushes in.  All of a sudden, we are put back in touch with our childhood memories in a shockingly tangible way.  As much as the world has changed since we were small, babies and young children have no.... read more

  • Books to Help Your Child Think (Outside the Box)

    Ginger Carlson - Learning » Reading

    When we talk about rearing children who live a creative life, one filled with thinking skills, problem solving, and self-expression that almost always includes lives filled with models of creativity.  Those models come in all shapes, sizes and forms, not the least of which is.... read more

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