Kindergarten is too late!

By 8 months, a baby's brain has 1,000 trillion nerve connections. By the age of ten, that number reduces to just 500 trillion, or even less, depending on the amount of stimulation provided.

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Reading skills are important!

While learning how to read is important for day-to-day survival, developing a passion to read opens many doors for children. Here are eight reasons why reading to your child is so critical

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Children spend twice as much time at home as in school!

By the age of four, your child would have spent about 17,500 waking hours at home. School-going children spend 3000

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Competition is increasing every day!

The key attributes for highly successful individuals are job skills, analytical skills, social skills, personal attitudes and values. And most of these skills and values are not formally taught in schools.

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What does Early Childhood Education mean?

There is an information overload on the subject of Early Childhood Education that can often intimidate parents. In simple words, all research suggests that babies have a huge capacity to learn through all the senses. The more stimulation they get through the different senses, the better their brain develops. This capacity to learn starts to slow down around the age of four.

LIFE magazine reported in early '90s that 'Babies can add before they can count. They can understand a hundred words before they can speak. And at three months, their power of memory is far greater than we ever imagined'.

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