At the beginning of his life, children experience rapid growth and development, including the development of the brain. In the early years of life, children can quickly learn and explore their surroundings. They are easier to imitate the habits of those around them. In these times the child’s brain is still developing, so the stimulation to improve children’s brain function is very necessary. [Read more…] about Effective Reading Strategies for Preschoolers
Teaching kindergartner to read is not a simple things, but it does not mean difficult. It is commonly known that the golden age occurs at the age of 0-5 years old. At this age, it is very important to start introduce all of good information by reading.
Choosing the right learning method will be able to optimize the kindergartner’s brain growth. [Read more…] about Reading Strategies for Kindergarten
Books are the window of the world. By reading books, all information can be obtained. Reading routinity cannot be missed in our daily life.
We may get information from reading books, computers, worksheets and boards to learn everything, such as math, science, literature, social studies and more. Reading routines can not be separated in our daily lives. People with lack of reading will struggle with their low self-esteem and feelings of inadequacy.
If we realize the importance of reading, have we prepared our children as early as possible to love reading? Therefore, parents must motivate children to love reading from an early age. Growing interest to reading in difficult, indeed. But, if it is done in the right way, then everything can be handled smoothly. [Read more…] about Tips for Parent to Help Their Children to Read
Having smart children with a good intelligence quotient is one of parent’s dreams. Intelligence can basically be formed, not only identical with genetic or hereditary factors, but can be obtained from various things, such as good nutrition to improve physical stamina, games, practice or study, exposure to new ideas, information, culture and positive habits that are formed early. Intelligence itself have a lot of elements including the ability to reason, planning, problems solving, thinking abstractly, and understanding complex ideas. [Read more…] about Why You Need to Teach Your Child How to Read