PFE (Parenting for Education) Tips

Crucial development of social skills and non-academic interests take shape during adolescent years. For that reason, it is very important for parents to encourage extracurricular activities to keep this group on track.



Build Baby’s language skills with consistent interactions.

  • Talk to Baby in clear, slow sentences.
  • Read at least 2 books daily with Baby sitting on your lap.
  • Ask questions.
  • Point out specific objects in a room, clearly calling names of the objects.

**Anyone in the household can read to Baby. Older siblings, grandparents, Nanny, aunts, uncles, or family friends

This website is copyright protected. Please do not copy any material from this webste.


error: Content is protected !!