Praise is far more effective when it’s descriptive and when we are mindful of how and when to use it. Here are some valuable tips on how to praise and encourage tots.
As children prepare for the transition to school, they develop by leaps and bounds. Our Preschooler section offers advice on sleep, health, behavior, development, play, learning and more.
Natural ways to treat the bumps and bruises that come with growing up
We often hear that play is important for your child – did you ever wonder why?
The holidays bring so many emotions; excitement, stress, love, to name but a few. Here are some ideas that’ll keep everyone entertained and happy.
No parent ever wants to hear that their child is being bullied or worse still, that they are doing the bullying; however, it happens even when we think our child isn’t capable of those acts. The best thing we can do is to be informed and learn the best ways to support them in either situation.
Packing interesting school lunches can be a struggle. Here are five nutritious, delicious and simple recipe ideas that your kids will thank you for.
Help your child to grow and develop through creative play and toys that spark their imagination.
Arts & crafts are a wonderful way to help encourage and develop your child’s fine motor skills, imagination and creativity. But what if the supplies they’re using are toxic and potentially harmful? Health expert, Katherine McMackin, shares her tips on what to avoid.
Have you ever seen your child grab a spoon and pretend it’s a plane or pretended a banana is a phone? Your child is using an object to represent something else by giving it action and motion. But this pretend play is not as simple as it seems.
A child’s playroom is a place for creativity, fun and imagination. When designing the space you want, pick pieces that that are timeless and fashionable yet functional. Babytalk Design Experts, Christina Boschetti & Barette Widell, share 5 simple tips for creating the perfect playroom space.