Expose your children to different situations and mediums for inspiration. A box of crayons is a good start, but here’s how to go further.
If you’re concerned that exposing your children to multiple languages as toddlers will affect their speech or comprehension when starting school, don’t worry.
Parents, remember how important it is not to shame or punish your children about bedwetting or accidents. Be patient.
Registered dietitian Jill Wallace offers the following tips to ensure mealtime goes off without a hitch.
Patience is critical during the toddler stage – the toddler needs to learn it, and the parent needs to have endless reserves of it.
Imagination kicks into high gear at the toddler stage. Pretend play is educational, but also just plain fun.
Encouraging our kids to eat healthy is important to that growth and development. Knowing where to start helps, so here are four nutrients your toddler needs.
Is your kiddo taking his time moving from crawling to walking? Don't fret just yet.
For the past five years, Ontario schools have been introducing full-day junior kindergarten. Do parents think it’s right for their kids? Two moms and an expert weigh in.