Blogs for Critical Thinking / EQ

Emotions and Memory Formation in Early Childhood

Memory formation in early childhood is a multifaceted and ever-evolving process that is intricately influenced by a multitude of factors. Notably, emotions play a pivotal role in this intricate dance between memory and experience. Emotions are intricately intertwined with the…

Critical Thinking Through Storytelling

Storytelling is an incredibly powerful tool that not only captivates the minds of pre-schoolers but also plays a critical role in their cognitive development. By going beyond mere entertainment, storytelling acts as a gateway to enhancing the critical thinking skills…

Learning About Different Cultures During the Holiday Season

During the holiday season, we have the opportunity to introduce children to the diverse cultures that make our world vibrant. This not only allows them to celebrate but also fosters empathy, understanding, and appreciation for different ways of life. Educating…

Fostering a Love for Learning and Inquiry in Pre-Schoolers

Curiosity is a powerful driving force that fuels learning and discovery. In pre-schoolers, this innate sense of wonder and questioning is at its peak. As parents and educators, our role is to nurture and encourage this curiosity to help children…

Beyond Right And Wrong Teaching Children Empathy

As parents, one of our primary goals is to teach our children to be good and compassionate human beings. While it’s important for children to know the difference between right and wrong, we shouldn’t overlook the importance of teaching them…
Brain Waves

How Do Brain Waves Affect Learning?

By harnessing the power of brain waves, we can tap into various states of mind. Join us on this journey to unlock your brain’s full potential.
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