Young children learn through play, which by its very nature provides a context for physical, social, emotional, cognitive creative and linguistic learning.
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For the past five years, Ontario schools have been introducing full-day junior kindergarten. Do parents think it’s right for their kids? Two moms and an expert weigh in.
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In 14 years these preschoolers will graduate from high school. Their learning experiences before age six will have a surprising impact on their future success. The evidence supporting quality child care mounts.
Two moms and an expert weigh in.