We want all children to feel welcome and included at birthday parties, as well as safe. A great start is to make sure the food you’re preparing is free from a common food allergen among children, nuts.Read More
Category: Child Care
We would recommend that you take your child for their first orthodontic evaluation when they are between eight and 10 years old. By this age, most children will have a mix of adult and baby teeth, which will help the orthodontist to determine if there are any developing problems such as misalignment of the jaws, crowding, or overbites.Read More
Mindfulness – or learning how to focus your attention on the present moment – is a big buzz phenomenon among adults and even school-aged children. But did you know that children as young as three can be taught mindfulness techniques?Read More
Some children take to writing like ducks to water. Others, though, just can’t stand the thought of writing at all. If you’re homeschooling the latter child, then don’t give up hope. You can still teach them even if they’re refusing to pick up that pencil.Read More
It’s an issue that can cause a lot of debate, but are electric toothbrushes really more effective than a manual toothbrush when it comes to cleaning and taking care of your pearly whites?Read More
An Au Pair is defined as a person living with the host family and helps the family with daily house chores and child care. He/she will help the family with daily affairs like pick/drop from school or from gym class. The idea is similar to having an elder cousin around for help. The best deal is that you get to visit a foreign country, make money and learn about new cultures. You will be an addition to the family extending your cultural insight for a multilingual brought up of a child on the other side of the globe.Read More
Travelling with a toddler to a shopping centre can become a very stressful and anxiety provoking experience if your toddler decides to have a meltdown in the middle of the centre and no matter how hard you try, your parenting efforts are falling on deaf ears.Read More
Despite the trend of children of divorce primarily living with their mother, Father’s Day is difficult to completely ignore and meeting societal expectations by recognising the day reinforces that there are many great men who love, support and are interested in the wellbeing of the child.Read More
New research from the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards survey which revealed almost half (49 per cent) of Australians believe health and physical education is an important subject for children to learn today.Read More
There are a large variety of causes of joint pain in children, which can range all the way from minor pain derived from twisting the leg incorrectly, bunion pain from wearing the wrong shoes to a more serious MCL sprain.Read More
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