How to Talk to Children Effectively to Make Them Listen & Learn
When you talk to children, you are exploring the broad picture of communication which combines listening, and thoughtfulness about your words and their implications.
The 8 First Years of Life: Exactly What Happens During these Years?
The executive function skills are mastered in the 5 first years of life. they are critical for child development and enablers of positive behavior.
Find out the 5 Reasons Why Babies Cry – and Sometimes a Lot!
Sometimes babies cry out of nothing at all but simply because they can. They will cry when they want to sleep and even when they wake up!
Get to Know Which Kinds of Children Easily Become Victims of Bullying
Victims of bullying usually have low self-esteem, are socially excluded, have special needs, or overly overprotected by parents.
Here are Tell-tale Signs Your Child is a Bully – Probably
Your child is a bully when he is hurtful and mean to other children through emotional and physical abuse, such as teasing, insulting and beating
The Cheat-Sheet for Interpreting Baby Language From 0 – 12 Months
Baby language in the first 12 months is dependent on the use of sounds, facial expressions, and gestures to facilitate communication.
The Warning Signs of Bullying in Children at School and at Home
Signs of bullying in children manifests in them not wanting to go to school, losing property, or complaining about headaches and stomach pains
I Bet You Did Not Know These Interesting Facts About Early Childhood!
During early childhood care, children hear the nonsense you speak at only 1½ years. At 3 years they ask up to 70, or more questions a day!
Why Physical Activity for Children is Doomed in the 21st Century
Physical activity for children helps them enhance cognitive, physical, social and creative skills way beyond what parents actually comprehend