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The best early childhood education material

The Chicago Tribune – Kristin Yarbrough

Anyone who’s spent time with a preschooler knows children are driven to learn — the steady flow of questions is a dead giveaway. Experts say most brain development occurs before age five, so investing in education early can pay off down the road. Toddlers learn differently from older children — through play and exploration — and these things don’t often come easily to grown-ups. Take a look at our buying guide for tips and recommendations on early childhood education materials. Our top pick, Learning Resources’ Alphabet Soup Sorters, targets both academic and motor development.

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