Researchers said the broad shifts in parental behavior appear to set their latter-born children on a lower path for cognitive development and academic achievement with lasting impact on adult outcomes. First borns tend to have better job, income and higher educational background.
Reading the dictionary can combat dementia, new research suggests.
A new article detailed the use of medical terms with culinary roots, such as strawberry cervix.
The APP's latest guidelines urge parents to start reading aloud to their children beginning at birth.
Reading toddlers a story before nap time could improve their learning, a study reported.
Researchers reported that young children who are allowed to be messy while eating might learn vocabulary better than children who are always tidy.
Parents' daily interactions with their toddlers are vital learning experiences for their children. According to new research, talking more to your little ones can help them understand language more quickly and speed up their vocabulary growth process.
Researchers reported that spankings could lead to future aggression and language woes in young children.
A study reports that wordless picture books could be more effective in teaching young children complex sentences than simple vocabulary books.
Study found that the Boston Public School's Pre-Kindergarten program uses a predetermined curriculum and coached teachers in effectively educating toddlers.
Physical Education teachers throughout the nation are finding ways to incorporate academia into their classes. Children can expect to learn new vocabulary, apply simple math, and recite scientific principles as they do running drills, push-ups, and exercise routines. This new form of P.E. class aims to increase academia scores for elementary schools.