Starting Friday, September 8, the Doylestown District Center Library will offer Sensory Storytimes. This program is ideal for preschool children who
Children are naturally active, but like adults, they’ll move more if they’re having fun doing it. If you’d like to encourage your child to get physically
It’s back-to-school time, and if we could, we’d give you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils to celebrate.
It’s human nature to look ahead. So if you have a child in preschool, you’re probably already thinking ahead to the day your child starts kindergarten.
Playing with wooden blocks: a fun, creative way for kids to learn grown-up skills like collaboration, negotiation, measurement, and balance.
In a recent article in Scientific American, Scott Barry Kaufman, Scientific Director of the Imagination Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, notes