There’s no point in arguing about it: kids love technology. And they’re good at it. This generation, the so-called digital natives, seem to respond instinctively to gadgets and gizmos and touch screens.
If our kids and grandkids are going to be in charge of the planet some day, we better make sure they know what they’re doing. Nurturing their curiosity is key, and science fairs can help.
While solo parenting is stressful, Kodette still finds time to promote autism awareness.
It may be in your delivery.
When should you say goodnight to the nap?
Young children learn through play, which by its very nature provides a context for physical, social, emotional, cognitive creative and linguistic learning.
Words like pee-pee, poo-poo and bum-bum are adorable, while potty training. In the years that follow? Not so much.
Monitor the amount of time your family is spending in front of screens – watching television, using the computer, hypnotized by video games or playing on phones or iPads.
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.
If your kids like roughhousing, don’t fret. It’s an important part of development.