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Playing It Safe With Kids and Sports

The hot summer climate we are enjoying, and the increasingly competitive climate in children’s sports may raise some concerns about the safety of those programs. Here are a few guidelines to follow when evaluating your child’s athletic ventures: It seems that over the past few years we have seen an

Tools for Developing Learning Skills in Children

The natural way for a child to learn is through play. For children play and learning goes hand in hand; they will benefit from learning situations that are enjoyable. By using building blocks, working with jigsaws and threading toys, and matching colors, textures, and shapes, children acquire essential skills, which

Five Tips To Help Save Your Child from Tech Addiction

Could too much tech time lead to unruly behavior or even worse with your child? An Iowa teen recently ran away from home when his parents took away his cellphone. As reported by most major outlets the 13-year-old was found dead some five days later. While no one will ever

What is Play Based Learning?

Play based learning is a concept that has been adopted by many preschools and kindergartens around the world. The theory is that allowing young children to learn through playing gives them many advantages and skills that they can use to build on their foundation of future learning. It allows kids

10 Essential Safety Rules for Kids

All parents want to keep the kids safe. But, as children grow older, you can’t be with them all the time. Children need their freedom so that they can learn and grow. Whilst you cannot watch over your kids 24/7, you can teach rules to follow that will help keep

Teaching Sharing To Your Kiddos

“The miracle is this; the more we share, the more we have”- Leonard Nimoy. We share the earth with human and other species. Sharing is a vital life lesson we should teach our children. It’s our duty to imbibe values that egg on co-operation and giving out since childhood. Don’t

79 Ways For Kids to Exercise

79 Ways for Kids To Exercise – Indoors or Out Do you spend all your free time watching TV or playing video games? Two hours of TV or video games a day should be your limit, if you want to be healthy and strong and develop your creativity. Here are

Getting Your Child Organized for e-Learning

In the age of COVID-19 and more and more schools adopting e-learning strategies, “getting organized” is more than just eliminating clutter and creating neat storage systems. One of the most important areas of organizing is task management. It’s never too early (or too late) to teach kids how to get

How Coloring Helps Child Development

There is no doubt that visual learning plays a key role when it comes to children’s learning and development. In fact, visual teachings are commonly regarded as one of the most important factors that add a lot to a child’s early growth and development. For the records, children are easily

Five Parenting Goals for Parents

Being a mom or dad is one of the essential and fulfilling roles that you will ever play in your life. There is no vacation or weekend when you are a parent, it is a full-time job. Besides all the responsibilities and the initial infant stages, one thing is sure