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By . 14/04/2013

Pretend Play With Your Kids

Include pretend play as one of the elements apart from other learning activities you have scheduled for your kids. Let them roam free in the world of playing, and build up their foundation with fun!


By . 12/04/2013

Brand Your Family

How you define your family, will be how your children are going to define themselves.


By . 28/03/2013

Help Your Baby Learn To Talk

The first three years of your baby’s life is the most crucial period to learn to talk. Whether he can develop his language skills early or later, it really has to depend on the both your “baby talk” skills and your baby’s learning abilities.


By . 26/03/2013

Discipline vs. Punishment

Punishment controls child’s behavior through pains or unpleasant experiences. It only stops the undesired behavior for a short time, Discipline teaches them self-control, awareness about the benefit of doing right things, and doing things right.


By . 22/03/2013

Develop Healthy Habits By Playing

Playing - through physical activities or games-which is previously perceived to be unproductive to learning, have been shown to assist children in establishing healthy habits and behavior.


By . 20/03/2013

Cultivate Good Eating Habits From Young

There can be plenty of interesting ways to instill good eating habits in your children.


By . 18/03/2013

What to do When Your Child Has a Nightmare?

It is important that you attend to a child who suddenly cries out in the middle of the night as fast as you can.


By . 16/03/2013

Help Your Child Eat Less Sugar Now

An American study has also supported the fact by stating that as many as 1 in 4 children between the ages of 2 to 5 years old are considered overweight or obese!


By . 14/03/2013

How to Talk to Toddlers

Parents are the very first teachers any child will ever have, especially when it comes to learning about new languages or social skills.


By . 13/03/2013

How to Get Fussy Toddlers to Eat More

If your child is suffering from food fatigue, the very first thing every parent must refrain from doing is to over-react.