Babies as young as nine months old use humor to connect with parents and other caregivers.
A new study considers the proliferation of Lego “kits” and asks whether the emphasis on following directions is responsible for a decline in creativity.
The book “Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character” promises to provide research backed tips to help parents guide children’s social development.
A new study finds that sensitive caregiving in the early childhood years leads to more success and social stability in adulthood.
Creative activities help young children and other pre-writers learn about the environment while collecting observations in a nature journal.