The achievements of chess grand masters, musical virtuosos, and Olympic athletes hardly match what children accomplish by the tender age of three. How do children do it?
Since 1974, the Child’s Play, Learning and Development Lab at the University of Delaware (formerly the Infant Language Project), under the direction of Dr. Roberta Golinkoff, has been exploring how children learn and grow. From how children develop language and spatial skills to how play can help scaffold learning, we are exploring children’s marvelous minds.
Join us in the lab to answer these questions and more while teaching your child that science can be fun! You can sign up to participate here!
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