This year has provided a wonderful opportunity to explore a multitude of Early Education topics in depth. Discover which of our blog articles from 2023 our families and Educators loved the most!
In top place was 'The Importance of Using the Abecedarian Approach to Improve Toddlers' Language Skills,' revealing helpful and practical tips for encouraging little ones communicate and express themselves.
Next, 'A Day of Awe and Wonder in Your Nursery' invites you to explore the magic of Early Childhood Education. Take a delightful journey with 'A Day in the Life of a Toddler,' capturing everything from playtime to naptime. Learn how to navigate separation anxiety with our article 'Easing Separation Anxiety' featuring expert advice for parents and caregivers, shared by our team of qualified and experienced Educators.
Finally, 'Benefits of Attending Early Childhood and Care During the Holiday Period' uncovers why holiday care is a great opportunity for both fun and learning. These blogs are full of knowledge and inspiration for parents, educators, and anyone passionate about the well-being of our youngest learners.
The following list celebrates the year's most popular Early Education blog articles. Read more here:
Our Lifelong Learning Curriculum
The Lifelong Learning Healthy Beginnings Curriculum emphasizes the establishment of secure attachments and positive relationships between babies and educators through the use of the Circle of Security and learning zones focused on play schemas that support babies physical and intellectual development.
The Lifelong Learning Early Experiences Curriculum emphasizes the development of Toddlers’ language and social development using the Abecedarian approach within our intentional learning zones focused on play schemas that support toddlers' physical and intellectual development.
We use Project-based learning, appropriate technology and enrichment programs to spark the best experiences. The Lifelong Learning: School Readiness Curriculum emphasizes enquiry-based projects and foundation academic skills to support children’s development of key 21st-century school readiness.