Parenting in the 21st century

Tag: child development (Page 3 of 5)

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle for Your Child – Everyday


The extensive reach of technology equipment today dictates that we adjust our lifestyles to suit the digital ecosystem in its entirety. While at it, we have gradually forgotten how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, a thing that was part of our ancestors for generations.… READ FULL ARTICLE

The Cheat-Sheet for Interpreting Baby Language From 0 – 12 Months


The first year in childhood development is arguably very exciting for every new mother. It is also a very frustrating year because of one little thing – baby language.

While it is satisfying to give birth to a baby, it is another thing to try to have a decent conversation with the little fellow.… READ FULL ARTICLE

The Warning Signs of Bullying in Children at School and at Home


The signs of bullying in children usually manifest in them not wanting to go to school on Monday mornings, or frequent complaints of headaches and stomach pains.

Your child will want to skip school to avoid meeting the bully and his demands, while the headache and stomach pains arise from emotional stress and anxiety due to bullying.… READ FULL ARTICLE

Why Children Playing Outdoors is the Best thing in the 21st Century!


Overall, children playing outdoors is fantastic for their mental and physical health, a booster to their motor skills, and an assurance of productive livelihoods as they age.

This is especially true owing to the negative influences of technology and urbanization all of which promote a rather sedentary lifestyle.… READ FULL ARTICLE

The Benefits of Physical Activity for Children in the 21st Century


The benefits of physical activity for children remain the same today just as they have been for centuries.

Consistent physical exertion keeps the body healthy while fending off infectious and non-communicable illnesses such as stroke, heart failure, cancer, diabetes, and respiratory diseases. … READ FULL ARTICLE

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