Tips for Reading Aloud to Your Kids – from a Parent in the Trenches

By |2019-10-25T00:48:04+00:00October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Baby, Brain, Early Development, Literacy|

New science teaches us how a child’s brain develops billions of neurons from daily positive, loving activities. This phenomenal neuron growth in turn leads to a strong brain for life. This new science is the key focus of what we share with you here at ThreeKeyYears.org. Talking, reading, playing, counting, and singing appear as simple, fun [...]

The Most Important Number in America is Learning Readiness at Age Four

By |2019-10-22T19:26:12+00:00August 26th, 2019|Categories: Baby, Brain, Early Development|

The Institute for InterGroup Understanding has maintained an ongoing campaign to raise awareness about early brain development and what parents, teachers, and communities can do to promote neural connectivity in children’s brains.  Outlined below are the key points from the full length article. Children Need to be Learning Ready by Age Four Parents, teachers and communities [...]

We Need to Fix This Now

By |2019-07-29T17:49:25+00:00July 29th, 2019|Categories: Baby, Brain, Early Development|

In May 2019, Intergroup initiated an awareness campaign about learning gaps in schools, and solutions to related problems. The key learnings from the piece are as follows: Learning Gaps We have massive learning gaps in our schools, and those gaps are getting worse because we have growing numbers of children being born into the low end [...]

Three Key Years Launches a Grandparent’s Campaign

By |2019-07-10T21:24:00+00:00June 8th, 2019|Categories: Brain, Literacy|

In May 2019, threekeyyear.org launched a Grandparent’s Campaign to raise awareness regarding how Grandparents have the unique ability to very directly help their grandchildren build stronger brains and a sense of being emotionally secure. Babies learn by interacting with trusted adults. The Three Key Years Grandparent’s Campaign provides tools and content that can be shared among [...]

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