Time to play! Wanna come?

Time to play! Wanna come?

Do you remember? As a child, the world of make believe was a glorious place where anything was possible, anything you’d seen or heard could become something totally different at your mind’s command, to suit your latest dream or idea. Sticks or rocks or old blankets or...
The Source of Bounding Joy

The Source of Bounding Joy

By four years of age, children have absorbed millions of bits of information telling them about the world and their place in it. Dr. James Dobson, of ‘Focus on the Family,’ has stated that children are the best receivers of information and the worst interpreters of...
All Things New

All Things New

It’s a global phenomenon, loved by children (of all ages). In the US it’s called cotton candy, In the UK, candy floss. In France, ‘barbe à papa’ (daddy’s beard). It’s a no-brainer when asking children if they want some of this sugary treat. The answer is typically...
“Come and listen to my story about…”

“Come and listen to my story about…”

What child hasn’t thrilled to hear a story read to them? What child, once enthralled with a particular story, hasn’t begged to hear it read again . . . and again . . . and again . . . Why is it that they seem to never tire of hearing the same familiar words over and...