All posts by Dawne Clark

Active play for preschoolers

Active play for preschoolers
September 4, 2014 2 Comments »

Young children learn best when there is no direct "teaching" of skills Read More »

Why relationships are so important when building a child’s brain

Why relationships are so important when building a child’s brain
July 16, 2014 2 Comments »

Nurturing helps a child’s brain reach its full potential Read More »

Active play experiences help young children develop physical literacy

Active play experiences help young children develop physical literacy
April 7, 2014 4 Comments »

Both structured and unstructured activities are important Read More »

Build your child’s brain by giving them lots of experiences to explore

Build your child’s brain by giving them lots of experiences to explore
March 20, 2014 No Comments »

Children learn by actively using their five senses Read More »

Building your child’s brain through physical literacy

Building your child’s brain through physical literacy
December 2, 2013 No Comments »

The importance of regular activity in a child's physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development Read More »

Building your child’s brain is like building a house

Building your child’s brain is like building a house
October 30, 2013 3 Comments »

Cognitive, emotional, physical, and social walls need to be constructed Read More »