Make Learning to Count as Easy as 1, 2, 3By Nuria S. Wolfe, Chief Marketing Officer at Encantos

While all children learn at their own pace, one of the earliest developmental milestones for preschoolers is learning numbers and learning to count. According to the U.S. Department of Education, most children entering preschool do so with some knowledge of numbers and counting. They can count up to 5 or 10 and can recognize a few numbers. 

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Getting Children Moving IndoorsBy Sophia Espinoza, Senior Manager of Learning and Curriculum Design

Now more than ever, children are spending time indoors, but that doesn’t mean that they should have less opportunities for movement during the day. As many parents and educators know, getting in exercise during the day isn’t just about keeping kids healthy, but is crucial in getting their energy out so that they can be regulated and productive. Movement also helps fight boredom, improves brain function, and supports children’s emotional wellbeing. 

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¡Celebramos a los niños! Let’s celebrate all children!By Irma Vazquez, Educator in Residence at Encantos

World Children’s Day was officially established in 1925 to highlight and promote children’s rights, improve children’s welfare and celebrate children as an important part of our society and world. On November 20th, 1959 the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child and that document has since been adopted by many countries as a way to honor children!

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