Play is important for childs development, it is how kids learn, and it’s a case of the more the better. On this article we explore the best toys to help your preschooler.
Bullying is something no child or adult should ever experience. However, up to 30% of students have been bullied regularly in their schooling career.
Whether you’re the parent of a bullied child, or a child who may be prone to bully others, it’s important to be educated on what to do in each situation.
If there’s one thing kids love most about birthday parties, it’s the cake! Cakes can cost upwards of $300 from certain bakers, but cakes at home are much cheaper to make. On this article you’ll find 3 cheap and simple homemade birthday cake recipes. Also you’ll read about some birthday cake fails to avoid.
It’s no secret that some people love spending superlative amounts of money on gifts for their loved ones, even though relationships between lovers can sometimes be tumultuous at best. Some individuals, however, go well over the top and give some truly mind-boggling gifts. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most extravagant gifts, from the biggest and the most expensive, to some which are downright useless…
As many of us know, play is one of the most important things your child can do in a day. We might think that children just Want to play, they actually Need to play.
Play is an important feature in a child’s everyday life. It’s how they learn about the world around them and develop vital skills such as fine and gross motor movement, socialisation, language, literacy, and numeracy.
So next time your child is pestering for you to play with them, consider the benefit you’ll be doing them in the long run!
Mother’s Day as we know it is a relatively new celebration. It dates back no more than 100 years. It is recognised and celebrated (on different dates) for around 50 countries around the globe. It is thanks to Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis (Mother and daughter) and their hard work during 44 years, that managed to get it approved by US President Woodrow Wilson on 1914 and to be celebrated on the second Sunday of May.
Play is essential for a healthy and happy children’s development. It helps kids to develop a wide range of skills and understandings. Playing, children reflect what is important in their lives. Play can take several forms and it changes as children grow older. It could be indoors or outdoors, quiet or loud, clean or messy, funny or thoughtful. Children play for different reasons. They can explore to learn new things or it can be to consolidate or improve a skill. Our role as adults is to facilitate play for them. Learn how here.
These days throwing unique kids parties is more about the parents bowing to social pressures than it is about fun, games, and cake.
While the extravagance of unique kids parties may simply be a sign of a changing society, there’s one thing we can all agree on – that is – birthday parties can send anyone MAD!