Celebrate World Space Week with your child! Dr. Nermeen Dashoush explains how imaginative play can help young children learn about topics they can't observe or touch. Click below to discover the rules to a new learning game and get your child excited about science!
Every parent and early childhood educator has experienced the pleasure and confusion of sentences such as ‘The door is eating an onion’ or ‘Pickles and pineapple in the park!’ followed by a bellowing laugh.
How can you help your child learn major scientific concepts? It's all about making connections! Dr. Nermeen Dashoush explains.
Did you know that there are over 400 types of sharks in our diverse ocean? This shark week, expand your horizons and help your child discover lesser-known sharks.
Does your kid think pink is just for girls? Nature doesn't agree! Find out how you can challenge misconceptions around color while teaching your child incredible science facts.
Are you planning a road trip with your kids? Keep them entertained with the Savanna Safari Game!
Worried about the 'summer slide'? Don't be! Kids can learn all the time just by exploring the world around them. Dr. Nermeen Dashoush shares some fun learning activity ideas in a Summer Science Bingo.
Does your child want to spend all their time playing? They're preparing for their future! Discover the benefits of play in our expert article by Dr David Elkind.
This World Oceans Day, celebrate our Blue Planet's largest feature by learning about some marine animals you might never have heard of.
This mother's day, we celebrate all incredible mothers - in both the human and animal worlds! Click below to find out more about some animal super-moms.
Have you ever wondered why your kids argue over who has more cookies? Dr. David Elkind explores the stages of number sense.
Art is not just a fun extra activity for your kid. Art is a part of who they are, how they think, how they learn and how they communicate. So how can you use art to help them develop key skills?
May 8th is National Teacher Appreciation Day! At MarcoPolo Learning, we work closely with teachers to develop the World School curriculum. Therefore, we know teachers should be appreciated every day for their guidance, care and hard work. Along the way, we also discovered that teachers are the ultimate engineers.
Do you want to get your child excited about learning? It's all about context! Contextualized learning presents knowledge in a way that is meaningful and interesting to kids because it is connected to real world application.
How curious are children? Recent studies have quantified that answer, showing that young children ask around 100 questions per hour. So what do you do when your child asks you something you don’t know? Don’t fret. When you are next faced with a question you don’t have the answer to, just remember the 3Fs.