Understanding child development is an essential factor in being a parent. You’ll likely already be aware of the fact that a lack of sleep affects the brain and causes more instability with emotions. Additionally, studies have established that not getting the required level of sound slumber can affect both the memory and language development in […]
Early childhood is a time of great learning. It is also a time when learning is fun and effortless. The beauty of these early years is that this learning happens purely through play. Babies spend all their time exploring their environment and watching the world, and toddlers and preschoolers make serious business out of playtime. […]
A lot of people try their best to find an easy way out, especially when faced with challenging situations. This isn’t an ideal way to respond to challenges because the easiest way isn’t always the best. The problem with most adults is that they don’t really have enough faith in themselves. And this probably started […]
Many parents are unsure how to incorporate art into their children’s development, but it’s a really important part of your baby’s childhood! We’re here to help.
This comprehensive guide about the brain development of children from 0 to 6 years is packed with insightful tips and important facts every parent should know.
Today we are going to help you to understand what a developmental delay is, how to detect if your child has one, and when you should worry about it. What Is a Developmental Delay? Do you suspect that your baby or toddler might have a developmental delay? A developmental delay is often diagnosed when a […]
Developing language skills is of absolute importance for young children’s success later in life both as social beings and in pursuing an education. What is language? I bet you feel no doubt when asked what the word Language means. Yet most people struggle to come up with a clear and concise definition. That is because […]
Your baby’s first brain cells start to form at about seven weeks into the pregnancy, by the time your baby is born the brain will have reached 25% the size of an adult brain and by the time your child is 3 years old his or her brain will be 80% done generating new brain […]