Skip to main navigation Skip to main content
Please enter a search term
  • Home /
  • Early Learning

Share

Early Learning

Filter by:

Feature

Father and child grocery shopping

Household chores help children learn

How many times have you written a shopping list or read recipes without a second thought? Researchers at Macquarie University have discovered that verbalising the processes you go through every day in your household could help your child read and write.

Read more

Babble On

Don’t be afraid to babble. When your child starts to make noises, treat it like a real conversation and mimic the sounds right back. See how many times you can go back and forth!

All kinds of “conversations” help to build children’s brains—even when they’re still learning how to talk. By following your child’s lead and responding, you spark the connections he/she needs for language and communication later on.

See all tips
Vroom uses the science of early learning to help your child thrive with bite-sized activities that support brain growth.