By Emily Johnsen According to the American Enterprise Institute for Prager University, boys these days earn lower grades, win fewer honors, and are far less likely to go to college
By Emily Johnsen Parents and grandparents are the child’s first and foremost teachers. They play an important role in teaching children to read and—maybe just as importantly–to love reading. Now that
By Emily Johnsen Is early (pre-kindergarten) education really that important? You bet it is! In fact, experts tell us that 90% of all brain development takes place before age six.
BY MARY ELLEN MAUNZ Grandparents, did you know? 90% of brain development happens by age five. Research shows that exposure to early reading is even more important to a child’s
Why? You can easily create a child-friendly learning area that will engage your grandchild in fun activity. The time your grandchildren spend in your home, away from the distractions of
By a miracle of nature, there is a unique timetable in the grandchild’s brain that guides them to master life’s most basic skills. In other words, the child instinctively knows