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A new report from the Journal of Early Childhood Research found that early childhood education boosted the vocabulary of young children during the first year of the pandemic. Dr. Lauren Loquasto, Chief Academic Officer at The Goddard School, discusses with CBS 58 in Milwaukee how parents and early childhood educators can help boost young children’s vocabulary.
In today’s world, screens—from televisions and computers to tablets and phones—are everywhere. For parents of young children, deciding how best to regulate screen time can be a challenge. In this Psychology Today article, Dr. Kyle Pruett, a member of the Goddard Educational Advisory Board, shares helpful guidance for parents.
Lee Scott, of the Goddard Educational Advisory Board, writes about books to teach children different ways to celebrate the holidays for First Time Parent Magazine. Scott explains how this time of year allows parents to celebrate traditions that run deep in their families while making room to create new ones.
Parents field an average of 11 questions from their young children each day, according to new research. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of The Goddard School, results also revealed that 81% of parents learn just as much from their child as their child learns from them.
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