A University of Michigan team found that almost 100 percent of so-called educational apps pressure young children into making purchases, watching commercial videos, or even ask for access to the smartphone’s camera or microphone.
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Forget textbooks and worksheets. Teaching students science alongside dance helps young minds retain important information.
A child’s first years of life are the most important when it comes to brain development, yet the majority of children in the U.S. miss out on an activity that plays a vital role in building reading and language skills.
Science shows the more amount of time mothers can spend with their children during their first three years of life, the better. But what does that mean for working moms? An expert offers advice.
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