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.
A mix of down time, structured activities and family time benefits everyone.
Three wedding pros share their tried-and-true tips for nice nuptials.
We tell our kids to do their best and have fun, so why doesn’t that logic apply to parents, too?
Canada’s growing diversity should mean racism is a thing of the past, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. What can parents do to promote acceptance of all colours, cultures and creeds? QUITE A BIT.
Whether they’re just starting preschool or approaching Grade 12, experts agree it’s never too late to start investing. Here’s how.