- Exercising at own pace boosts a child’s ability to learn
- Children’s brain development is linked to physical fitness, research finds
- Physical Activity May Strengthen Children’s Ability To Pay Attention
- New school of thought: In-class physical exercise won’t disrupt learning, teaching
- Physical activity boosts kids’ brain power, academic prowess
- Incorporating exercise into classroom lessons increases kids’s physical activity levels
NEW!As we continue our research on Best Practices for child development and achievement the impact of Sleep on academic achievement and health was undeniable. As a continuation of the Literacise Training package we also offer Sleep/Naptime Training.
Research on Sleep
- Sleep Impacts Academic Performance
- Sleep Linked to Children’s Brain Development
- Naps Help Pre-School Children Learn
- Good Sleep for Good Health-When you sleep the brain has a drainage system that removes toxins during sleep.
- Kids sleep is linked to brain health
As part of our Sleep Training Services we offer a line of Baby Sleep Books.
“An excellent Naptime/Go to Sleep Picture book, An Affirmation: Nite Baby Nite offers an extraordinary asset in the front of the book: a primer for caregivers on two important topics. First, guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatricians on safe and proper ways to put baby to sleep are provided, including how to position the child’s body and where a child should and should not be allowed to sleep. The primer also offers ten tips on how to create a rich and valuable reading experience for the child, including the types of books to read to babies of color, how to interact with baby while reading, and ways in which baby can interact with the books themselves.” https://www.nitebabynite.com