Regulating one’s emotions does not come easily when you have a small undeveloped brain telling you that you are the centre of the universe. For toddlers, the triggers for a rage attack are many, varied and often-times random. In fact, if toddlers came with a soundtrack it would be the opening music to Rage. RAAAA-AAAGE! […]
An image shared by a local Australian blogger, Angela Henderson, has many parents and carers rethinking the way they serve grapes – and other soft fruits – to their kids.
If you’re allowing your child to select their own content on YouTube, or running a quick search and handing them the iPad so they can watch the results, you’re unintentionally putting them in harm’s way.
Do you remember spending hours as a child carefully drawing elaborate borders, full of patterns and colours? Can you remember hours spent on title pages with beautiful bubble writing headlines? Given the crucial role handwriting plays in a child’s literacy development, experts are keen to keep pens in hand. If you’re looking for ways to encourage your kids to put down the […]