Raising and teaching young children is an amazing journey. Leaning on Charles Horowitz's, Education Lead at Woodland Pre-Schools, studies and practical experiences as an early years educator both inside and outside the classroom, he has gained valuable evidence-based insights about children's developing brain whic...
From birth, a baby’s brain is already programmed to learn languages. As children grow and explore their world, their vocabulary expands and they develop the ability to talk about the present, past and future. Give time and opportunity for your child to experiment with their newly developing language skills....
An experience many families share is the experience of visiting a restaurant. We move through the process of asking for a table, looking at the menu, ordering, receiving the food and paying the bill routinely without even thinking about what skills were needed in order for that process to become so natural. The co...
“When are they going to start learning?” A question so often asked in the early childhood setting. Play is the foundation of childhood and is paramount in early childhood education settings. We will explore the importance of play throughout this series. [Read More]
At Woodlands you might hear us talking about the idea of creating 21st century learners, something we value very much. What does this mean and why is it important? [Read More]
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