How to support your child from childhood through adolescence.
Updated: Feb 6
Let's start at the beginning:
The infant years.
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Did you know?
The first three years of life, a child’s brain absorbs more information from the environment than at any other part of their lifetime. Every sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell is taken in and processed. It is an amazing, wondrous period in a tiny, complete human being’s life.
Would you like to?
Set the foundation for lifelong learning by nurturing your child’s curiosity, self-confidence, and intrinsic desire to learn from birth?
Each week I will post about a topic on how we can support our children through the stages of development.
Welcome! I am Tammy Kennedy, a early childhood educator who has worked with children ages infant through eighth grade for over 27 years. My goal is to assist parents and teachers who have questions about child behavior and development. My background is in Montessori, Reggio and the Curiosity approach.