We all know that children learn more in the first few years of life than in all the years that follow. They learn about relationships and feelings about trust, caring and empathy, about anger, fear, jealousy and about language. They learn how things work (throw a ball up and it always comes down, turn over a cup of milk and it always spills).

Every child is born curious and this natural curiosity is what propels early learning. But in order for curiosity to continue its creative course, it must be cultivated. When parents, encourage a child’s search for knowledge, the child will keep searching, as an active and eager participant in the learning process.




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