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11 Important Types of Play As Your Child Grows
09:54 | 04/03/2021

Children love to play because it's fun—but it's also vital to a child's healthy development. In fact, during play, children learn and practice key social, cognitive, organizational, physical, and emotional skills, including creativity, imagination, and problem-solving. The benefits of play are progressive in nature, meaning that the skills kids develop during their fun and games build upon each other.

22 Potty Training Tips for Boys and Girls
10:51 | 30/12/2020

As your baby grows into a toddler and beyond, there are so many ways she becomes more and more independent. You'll love seeing all of these exciting development milestones come and go, but one in particular might require a fair bit of your attention. That's when your child goes from diapers to being fully potty trained.

Potty training is a complex process, and it can be tricky to know what the best approach is because every child learns differently, boys may learn differently from girls, and there is no one best way to teach the necessary skills.


How to move from punishment to positive discipline
12:02 | 18/12/2020

Are you a shouty parent who wants to find a new approach? Using positive discipline rather than punishment to get your child to do as they're told just needs a little preparation.

Special Playtime
11:01 | 02/12/2020

Special playtime is a chance for you to focus on your child’s good behaviors and build a strong, nurturing relationship. You can use the time to actively listen and practice praising, imitating, and describing your child’s behavior. The more you practice the skills, the easier it is to use them in everyday situations.

Creating Rules
02:05 | 06/11/2020

Family rules help children understand what behaviors are okay and not okay. As children grow, they will be in places where they have to follow rules. Following rules at home can help children learn to follow rules in other places.

7 questions about babies every new parents asks
06:28 | 16/10/2020
Why do babies sleep so much?

Babies don’t know that the norm is to sleep at night-time and be awake during the day. So they sleep in bursts of three or four hours usually, wake up to have a feed and then go back to sleep.


7 phrases to try instead of saying 'no'
12:32 | 09/10/2020

What if there was an even better way to communicate your message? What if you could choose words that connect you to your kids and make you feel more confident and effective? You can, mama.

04:17 | 20/09/2020

Keeping your baby awake during feedings is important to avoid a feed-to-sleep association – when your baby needs to be fed in order to fall asleep. So how do you keep her from nodding off while eating?

How music affects your baby’s brain?
03:31 | 16/09/2020

Music can play an important role in your child's growth, even before birth. Exposing your child to music ignites all areas of child development. And doing this early can help ensure that your baby grows up healthy.

The more you hug your baby, the more her brain benefits, says study
04:58 | 24/08/2020

A survey of 125 full-term and premature newborns at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, found early, gentle displays of affection from parents and caregivers have lasting effects on how baby brains react to gentle touch.

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