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Manque d’appétit ? Voici comment faire manger un enfant difficile.

{:en} Toddlerhood is the stage when children, around age 12 to 36 months old, begin to shift from dependent infants to independent individuals. This is when they begin to show a sense of identity so 'no-saying' or saying 'no' to anything and...

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Le jeu : équilibre essentiel de la journée de votre enfant

{:en} Like us, our children need to be able to explore and do things on their own to learn. Thus, aside from structured and guided learning, we must make sure that they have time to play on their own terms in what is called 'free play.' Free play...

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Eveiller l’intelligence émotionnelle de votre enfant

{:en} Did you know that bilingual or multilingual kids are proven to have higher emotional intelligence? Due to their exposure to several cultures and languages, these kids are more adaptable to new surroundings and opportunities. They also have...

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Qu’est-ce que le jeu orienté : apprendre en s’amusant

{:en} Playing is a vital part of a child’s development. It not only provides them with entertainment, but it also prepares them for various life skills. Here, your little one gets to experience new things, such as social interaction and...

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Le rôle de la famille dans le développement de l’enfant

{:en} A child's first classroom is at home, and parents are the first teachers. Both, you see, play a vital part in a child's overall development because learning begins in the family and at home. Learning may take various forms. Youngsters may...

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Les avantages d’apprendre une seconde langue à un âge précoce

{:en} It's incredible to witness a youngster talk eloquently and confidently. What is more astonishing is when a youngster at a young age can master and speak two languages at the same time with proper enunciation, pronunciation, word choice, and...

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