RAISING TINY FEET
Nurturing Our Tiny Children
Raising Tiny Feet promotes high-quality early learning opportunities that help parents guide the healthy development of their infants, toddlers and young children
YOU ARE THE BEST MOM EVER! AND HERE'S WHY...
2018-2019 felt like the worst two years of my life. Everyday was a bad day, every moment was a struggle. I didn't want to live, I hated my life. I resented the journey I was on.
Weak, alone and broken i got up every morning and was up all night just trying to hold it together...
We Love to Serve by Connecting Mothers with their Children through Learning
Our Interactive Learning Binder is a preschool and kindergarten prep tool full of hands-on activities that will teach children 1-6 years old. Our creative activities will help promote early childhood development while your child has fun!
We aim to create original pieces that makes learning fun, and effortless for you and your child. Our toys are inspired by Montessori learning, Waldorf education and best of all FUN!
“She love love loves the baby peg dolls from you!!!”
“I LOVED receiving these—it shows I put thought into it my child and her education."”
“Thank you Courtney, just...Thank you”
Child Development in Action
The child at this stage needs to do things by herself. She can only learn through her own experiences, by doing with her hands. She is conscious of her thoughts, and the fact that she can think for herself.
Developmental Stages of The Child
The greatest changes take place during the first 3 years of life. At this time, the child has what is called the unconscious Absorbent Mind. This means that she is not conscious of her actions and reactions.
At this stage, the child has the Absorbent Mind, but she is now in the stage of the conscious Absorbent Mind. She realizes that she is learning. She must be allowed to actively participate in life around her, by using her hands.
The child has mastered the basic human skills: basic intelligence, coordinated movements, fluent speech, and a developed personality. He is socially adapted to his culture. He now begins to learn through reasoning, using his imagination and logic to explore areas of study.