Childhood sexuality is an important part of child development, intertwined with self-help skills, socialisation, self-awareness, body image and self-esteem.
Countless scientific studies have already proven that letting children grow up with an animal family member presents a lot of advantages. Pets at home can be massive boosters of well-being for the family.
Several studies show that the Power of Play is absolutely essential for brain development, especially social and emotional development.
Parents collectively have enormous power to influence the school climate because they hold monetary power. It is in the best interest of every parent to ensure the school focuses on the academic performance of all students without compromising on student well being.
Skola Toys is a brand that identifies with making single-purpose wooden toys that can engage children in learning activities for record durations.
Eating with braces is hardly a pleasant experience but, a little restraint and discipline while eating will help in managing the first few weeks of pain.
The Soul Proprietorship initiative brings a source of renewed energy and celebration for single parents providing meaning and support to each other’s journeys.
Triple P is a preventatively oriented program that aims to promote positive, caring relationships between parents and their children, and to help parents develop effective management strategies for dealing with common developmental issues as well as childhood emotional and behavioural problems.
Gender stereotyping attitude towards numerical disciplines matter because those beliefs encourage girls to undermine their math abilities, dislike or avoid mathematics and therefore choose non-math oriented careers.
A digital detox is perhaps the need of the hour after studies show that our children spend over half their ‘awake time’ on screens, a phenomenon so unique to our generation that researchers and doctors are having to come up with a new set of rules for parents to monitor their kids’ screen time.
Eye health in children could seem a little evasive as some of the warning signs get passed off as new behaviours in children. Sure, these behaviours might be considered as milestones but this is also the reason why parents have a hard time determining if their child has eye problems.
Kids also usually fall and hit something more often than adults. Even if their bones are young and less prone to breaking, they could still get a fracture from a severe injury or trauma. A little care and simple attention can ensure good bone health in children.