Documentary film ‘Street Gang’ reveals engaging parents with their kids was what made the classic show’s mix of educational goals and wild creativity work.
Here are three ways you can encourage learning, play, and discovery in your little ones, with minimal television and while allowing you to get your work done.
Watching a cross-dressing gay man interact with their favorite TV characters is sure to affect impressionable young minds.
Allowing young children to learn naturally through play, rather than in academic settings, is better for their academic growth long-term.
Our willingness to lump an enormous diversity of individuals into a single negative stereotype would be considered inexcusable if the victims weren’t so small and covered in peanut butter.
Instead of protesting Donald Trump’s presidency, the frightened and troubled should turn to ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ for advice and consolation.
Let’s focus on some less-heralded — yet still highly praised — read-aloud books for the three- to five-year-old preschool set.
Politicians pushing everyone to extend tax-paid education should explain why thirteen years isn’t enough.
Preschooler crazes for princesses are just a phase. But great parenting lasts a lifetime.
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