Four-year-old Christian Wright can speak, but hardly anyone understands him.
Teaching kids perseverance and determination can be tough in a modern world. With screens and devices on offer, they can pretty much find instant gratification anywhere. So how do we give our kids the grit they need to set themselves longer term goals and lead a happy life?
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Your perfectly articulate child is suddenly talking like a baby. Is it just an annoying game or an indication of something deeper?
Preschool Play is a brand new online content platform, designed to give preschoolers and their teachers a "really brilliant start to the day" by encouraging learning through a nine-minute burst of singing and dancing.
How do you capture the inquisitiveness of four-year-olds and transfer that to the workplace? And what will the workplace of 2030 even look like? A University of Canberra project is hoping to bridge the gap.
Little did newlyweds Amy Giberson and Justin Pounders know, they were sitting next to the love of their life in their pre-school photo 30 years ago.
A five-minute reading "check" for first-graders that includes made-up words like "beff" and "shup" that has dramatically improved early literacy rates in the UK is set to be adopted in Australia.
My overworked primary school teachers concluded I was just not very bright. But I was lucky. I had a mother who would not accept such a bleak diagnosis for her son.
Children with at least two years of preschool achieve much higher scores than those who attend no preschool or only one year.
It's 9am on Friday and four-year-old Nicholas has bowled up to class in Leichhardt's Italian Forum, he's sheepishly holding a piece of paper in his hand. It's his homework, he says, as he presents it to his "school readiness" teacher, Violeta Dimeska.