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Results for “memory

  • VROOM Video: Simon Says (2 years)

    This game asks your child to pay close attention to your movements and to remember clues. Your child is practicing important skills: focus, memory, and self-control – all of which are essential……Read More

  • Child’s Play in Action: Hide and Seek (4 years)

    Hide and Seek is a classic kids game, but did you know it promotes executive functioning skills and emotional intelligence too? When kids play this game they are boosting memory, Self Control and……Read More

  • VROOM Video: Point and Switch (4 years)

    Have your child copy your hand motions, like a pointed finger or a closed fist.  After going back and forth a few times, ask your child to do the opposite: when you point a finger, she makes a fist.……Read More

  • Cognitive Development (30 months)

    Cognitive Development Between Ages 2 and 3 Normal Development Sees the connection between an actual object and a picture of that object Completes puzzles with three or four pieces Sorts objects by shape……Read More

  • Cognitive Development (2 years)

    Cognitive Development Between Ages 2 and 3 Normal Development Sees the connection between an actual object and a picture of that object Completes puzzles with three or four pieces Sorts objects by shape……Read More

  • Learning Through Play (2 years)

    As toddlers begin to develop and amaze you with their ability to learn, it can become very tempting to start imposing formal teaching, videos, flashcards and memorization rather than allowing them to……Read More

  • How to Read to Your Infant (1 year)

    Early reading is about creating a love of words, stories, and experience. There is no pressure to do more than share a few words on a page together and follow your baby’s lead. Try reading to your baby……Read More

  • How to Read to Your Infant (9 months)

    Early reading is about creating a love of words, stories, and experience. There is no pressure to do more than share a few words on a page together and follow your baby’s lead. Try reading to your baby……Read More