Celebrate World Music Day with SEED! Join our facilitators for two energetic sessions: Appreciating Music, and Music & Movement (AKEB Canada).
Explore early literacy and reading, featuring "Welcome, Baby", a loving story by Barbara Reid that captures all the joy a newborn brings to a family (AKEB Canada).
This earlychildhood development session includes learning the word "Hello" in multiple languages, singing a song in Hindi, labelling objects, and a lesson in physical literacy using the song Head & Shoulders in French.
Indoor activities such as playing with blocks, books, balloons, and stuffed animals each have positive learning experiences attached to them. Watch this video to learn more.
Action words play an important role in the language development of children. Studies show that children who have a larger vocabulary of action words tend to have more advanced grammatical skills.
Pretend play or 'make-believe' helps your child's development. It encourages imagination and creativity. When your child engages in pretend play, he or she is actively experimenting with the social and emotional roles of life.
During this SEED session, we will celebrate Eid with song and dance.
As parents, we can help our children learn how to better manage their emotions. One of the key things we can do is help ourchildren associate words to the emotions that they are feeling.
Good manners are a stepping sotne towards teaching considerateness. Give your child opportunities to practice saying "please" and "thank you."
Discover new ways of learning together with these motivational sessions, Movers & Shakers and Never Give Up!
Teaching opposites is an ideal way to help improve your child's ability to communicate.
Springtime is the perfect time to be outside, where you can explore your senses, and the wondrous beauty of nature and all of Allah's creations.
Enjoy a message of gratitude from the future leaders of Tanzania; followed by a SEED Capsule all about School Readiness (ECD Canada)
Bouncing Baby - Hugs, cuddles, and lap bounces are not just fun for babies and parents - it helps to develop language skills, and build positive, loving relationships; Storytime: Stay At Home For A While written by Sofia Sabella

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