From Cradle to Classroom
The birth of a baby marks the beginning of a very special adventure. From the day he is born he starts learning things that will be useful all his life. First, he crawls. Later, he learns to walk and then to run. He hears words. He starts to repeat them and gradually learns to talk. He looks at pictures in a book. Then he listens to stories and takes part at storytime. Eventually, he learns to read.
Children all around the world develop in much the same way. They are all different, though, moving to their own beat, with their own personality and preferences. What they know and what they're good at may also vary with the habits and customs of their family and the country they live in.
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