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As parents ourselves, we created TuTiTu with the needs and tastes of toddlers on our minds. In TuTiTu's parents' zone, we aim to provide caregivers and educators of preschool children with educational resources, articles, and activity ideas for everyday fun with the kids. We encourage you to use our videos as an educational teaching tool, and hope you share your insights and experiences with the other parents in our growing community. We love hearing from our fans- big and small! Let us know what you think in the comments!
Let’s pretend! Imaginative Play Ideas for Toddlersby Orly B on 12/06/14
Imagination is an important part of human development. Children seem to know this intuitively, and love playing “make believe” games- whether they are pretending… Read more »
The Science of Children Learning Languageby Orly B on 5/06/14
Consider the work of a scientist. Whether her field is psychology, chemistry or physics, every scientist is basically doing the same thing: looking at… Read more »
4 Fun Ways to Teach Kids about “Going Green”by Orly B on 29/05/14
It’s not easy being green. Preschool educators and parents with young children often find that explaining environmental ideas like long-term sustainability to a young… Read more »
The Story of TuTiTuby Orly B on 22/05/14
When Rotem’s preschool teacher asks the kids to share with the class what their parents do for a living, he knows exactly what to… Read more »
3 Ways to Teach Toddlers New Words with TuTiTuby Orly B on 15/05/14
Mama. Dada. More. Bye-Bye. Babies babble and coo right from the start, but “real” first words will usually take place between 9 and 12 months… Read more »
3 Things You Should Know About Your Baby’s Brainby Orly B on 8/05/14
Why are the first few years of life so crucial for a child’s development? And what should parents do to maximize the benefits of… Read more »
11 Ways to Teach a Toddler the Alphabetby Orly B on 1/05/14
Is it time for your toddler to start a lifelong relationship with the ABC’s? Although learning to identify letters shouldn’t be something parents stress… Read more »