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The idea that the uterus functions for the fetus as a closed box throughout gestation, and that babies are born, as Locke said, “tabula rasa”, fell apart a few decades ago. Today we know that the child is in interaction with the external environment since the intrauterine life and that, when he comes into the world, he already has a certain baggage of experiences. Continue reading “When does the baby begin to listen?” »

Childhood is a time of discovery, curiosity, and development, with children increasingly seeking autonomy and new adventures. A bedroom is a special place for children, where they rest and often play. Nowadays, the children’s room has been gaining more and more attention in terms of decoration, and wall stickers are an excellent alternative to enhance the children’s room without having to spend too much. Continue reading “How should I choose the right wall sticker for my child’s room?” »

According to UNESCO, child autonomy is the compilation of the 4 pillars of education: learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together, and learning to be. The aim is to influence child development in a healthy way and teach little ones to think and act on their own. In this post, you can understand the importance of children’s autonomy and how to stimulate it in a healthy way.

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It’s that time of year when bunnies and chicks and eggs are popping up everywhere! Easter is such a fun holiday to craft for. We love the light spring colors that accompany it. Easter eggs make the perfect subject to craft with. Get your kids together to choose a couple of these Easter egg crafts to do as a family! All of them are super simple and can be finished in minutes. Have an egg-tastic time! Continue reading “Cute and Fun Easter Egg Crafts for Kids” »

Have you ever questioned why we put a mirror in our baby’s room? It’s common to see a low mirror in Montessori nurseries, in Nidos and infant classes. In a Montessori room, the mirror is used so that the child can get to know himself and understand that he is a person distinct from his mother. Thus, by seeing himself, the child begins to recognize himself as an individual, helping in the development of autonomy and willpower. Continue reading “What is the importance of the mirror in the baby’s room?” »

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