This book describes the eight ages and stages from birth to age three and then suggests 25 activities for each one that promote development in all areas—cognitive, motor, social, language and self-esteem. There are 200 research-backed activities in this book altogether. Here is the important research concept: If children are well-developed by the time they are three, they are automatically predictive of being successful in school at age six. A solid foundation at this time is critical for getting into Harvard!
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Contributor: Sally Goldberg from Early Childhood News