Mother reading to baby

Tips on how to develop a love of reading in children: Birth to 3 years

Birth to 3 years A child’s earliest learning comes to him before the age of 5 years in the environments he is exposed to, which are most often the home and perhaps a day-care centre or pre-school. Obviously then, the more you expose your child to in this period, the more extensive his learning will […]

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Childpsych Pinterest Page

    Check out the Childpsych Pinterest page for great ideas and activities on fine motor, gross motor, perceptual, numeracy and literacy development. We will also be adding boards on sensory exploration and fun science ideas to this mix.   Anel AnnandaleAnel Annandale is a prominent Educational Psychologist with a passion for early childhood development […]

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Children playing with sensory material

Great activities to stimulate your pre-school child’s senses

Sensory experiences in the early years form the foundation for all your child’s future learning. Here are some of my favourite activities to engage their senses. Remember – the more senses you can engage in the same activity the better: * Gardening. Toes squelching in the mud, running through the sprinkler system, smelling all the […]

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Video: Ideas to promote fine motor development in your pre-school child

Watch this videofor some ideas on how you can promote fine motor development in your pre-school child: Anel AnnandaleAnel Annandale is a prominent Educational Psychologist with a passion for early childhood development and a special interest in neuropsychology. She is experienced in the field and has established herself as an expert, often appearing on television […]

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