Signs of posture problems include slouching, sitting for too long, walking on the toes or walking with the toes pointed outward.
While it is not a skill that comes naturally to young children, by the time they reach age four or five they are beginning to understand that delaying gratification can bring its own rewards. How can parents foster this ability?
Young children learn through play, which by its very nature provides a context for physical, social, emotional, cognitive creative and linguistic learning.
Kindergarten is a still a big step for a four-, five- or six-year-old – especially if the child hasn’t been in preschool – and families can help by following these tips.
Want to improve your child's grades? Try hitting the gym instead of the books. Research shows it could be a great way to help your child succeed in school.
Family routines will help your child adjust to heading back to school and can help combat obesity.
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