High-Quality Childcare can Yield Long-Term Benefits
Little ones whose childcare providers emphasize activities that build language skills, reading ability and cooperation in games may reap the benefits through their teen years, according to new research published today in the journal Child Development .
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#1 May 19, 2010
"Little ones whose childcare providers emphasize activities that build language skills, reading ability and cooperation in games may reap the benefits through their teen years, according to new research published today in the journal Child Development."
Helping kids develop their ability to express themselves does wonders for their self-esteem. When they're young though, it seems that you have to try to teach these things to them in a way that is entertaining - a little at a time. I have younger children so I know this well.
There's a creative writing course starting up in Irvine in June (2010): http://brwi.org/project-ink-summer-camp/
It's only two hours a day. The kids learn extensive writing skills and in the end, the fantasy stories they write get put all together in a single book. It looks pretty cool.
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