Bend, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/17/2014 -- A child’s mind from age 3 to 6 is highly receptive to all sorts of new information thus the phrase, children minds are like sponges, ready to soak new information given to them. This information does not have to necessarily come from formal methods of teaching, because children at this golden age usually learn a lot through play. Cindy Scott is a mom of two boys, a grandmother and Montessori educator for about two and a half decades plus now she writes a parenting advice blog and has a corresponding children’s toy store. The many years of being with children, teaching them, observing them and also learning a lot from them have allowed Cindy to understand children in a new perspective, thus she understands that each child is unique and has their own way of learning how to spread their wings and fly. Cindy believes:
“Our approach as parents and teachers must be one that bends to where each child needs us”
To learn more about Cindy please visit: http://blog.truenorthchild.com/welcome/. Through her line of work Cindy has also learned that parents want their children to learn the most they can and ready to go to nay extent to give their children the best of everything. Nonetheless it is easy for most people including parents, and educators to think that playing and learning are mutually exclusive but Cindy shares with her readers a completely different perspective about playing, toys and learning for kids aged 3 to 6 in her blog. Bird's Eye View blog is Cindy’s initiative to help parents prepare and understand children in a way that they are able to create an encouraging environment in which children can blossom. In her blog Cindy shares the lessons she has learned from children that have helped her be a better mother, a wiser grandparent and a great teacher and hopes that parents will benefit from the parenting advice carefully gathered after the years of firsthand experience and knowledge.
Along with the blog the True North Child store has also been launched, this web store has been created especially for parents who wish to provide their children with carefully selected toys that will help in the development of children aged 3 to 6. The main idea behind the store is to aid parents in selecting the right toy for the right child at the right time. This careful selection of a toy matching the uniqueness of each child will help children develop their imaginations, mind and personality while having fun. Cindy has tried to combine two of the most important factors great parenting, and great play in any 3 to 6 year olds progress through her blog and store. True North Child is also on Facebook.
For more information, please visit: http://blog.truenorthchild.com/welcome/
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