Tag: Children

Subscribe & Help a Child in Need
Subscribe & Help a Child in Need

Kids Creative Lingo Limited is a UK-based company specialised in the production of language learning resources for early years and primary school children.

Our team is composed of professional educators dedicated to providing high-quality teaching resources to both primary school teachers and parents in the UK and abroad.

We are firm believers in the importance of early education and are launching a campaign giving educators and parents who subscribe to our programme the opportunity to help a child in need.

To find out more, please read the following document: https://www.theadventuresofyopane.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Subscribe-Help-a-Child-in-Need.pdf

The Effectiveness of Learning through Visual and Aural Methods in the Early Years
The Effectiveness of Learning through Visual and Aural Methods in the Early Years

For many years the educational field has been firmly cemented in believing that different individuals have different learning styles. These are termed visual, aural and kinaesthetic. Recently this myth has been debunked. Despite 93% of the public and 76% of educators still believing that learning styles exist, it has now been demonstrated that they don’t. (more…)

How Flexible Thinking and Adaptability are Key Advantages for Bilingual and Multilingual Children
How Flexible Thinking and Adaptability are Key Advantages for Bilingual and Multilingual Children

When we think of bilingualism and multilingualism we are likely to think of the advantages being confined to the languages alone. A bilingual individual can access more learning, experience more, and interact more deeply. However, what we don’t tend to consider is how a bilingual or multilingual child is advantaged in terms of their ability to think flexibly and what this means.

Yet research is showing us that the very youngest children, as young as toddlers and pre-schoolers, are achieving greater cognitive control, and with it flexibility of thought, as a result of their bilingualism. These children are able to both understand and adapt to new environments and situations with greater ease than their monolingual counterparts. (more…)