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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Fun Bonding Activities for Parents and Children

Parents play a crucial role in their children’s development. They don’t just serve as role models to their little ones, but they also have the main responsibility of looking after them. When it comes to child care, children are naturally dependen...

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Every Type of Play Essential for Child Development

Children are naturally energetic and tend to be restless most of the time. It could be difficult to let them behave and stay in one corner. Although this is a huge challenge for parents and guardians, it is important to keep in mind that this is real...

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Tips for Expanding Your Little One’s Vocabulary

Did you know that the vocabulary size of your 4-year-old is an accurate predictor of their educational outcomes at the age of sixteen? Some parents may think that simply enrolling their child in Preschool in California is enough to secure their child...

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Teaching Your Preschooler How to Spell

Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s spelling skills and confidence? Then this article is for you. Acceleration Academy is here to share some tips that parents, teachers, tutors, and guardians can use. Let’s get started! Stair steps T...

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Why Reading Aloud to Children Is Important

Hearing stories has always been an important part of humankind. Reading stories to children aloud offers more benefits than entertainment, and story time goes beyond child care. Acceleration Academy, a Children Development Center in Sunnyvale, Califo...

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How Preschoolers Develop Through Purposeful Play

Playing comes naturally for kids. It is the natural result of their earliest experiences in exploring through their senses. As children develop, their form of play also becomes sophisticated. In any preschool in California, children develop from play...

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