Object play is on the decline, while screen time is on the rise. This isn’t good news for healthy child
If your little one has been described as “floppy’”or has a weak sucking reflex, he may have low muscle tone.
When you’re used to the idea of your baby being entirely dependent on you, the thought of him not needing
Find out what her beautiful eyes are seeing in the first year, and how you can develop your child’s vision.
Watching cartoons can actually benefit your child – if you choose the right programmes.
Your child will experience a large amount of cognitive development between one and two years old – with many delightful
Parents always look forward to their child’s first words, but speech development varies for each child, who has to grow
If your toddler isn’t reaching developmental milestones on time, it could indicate a motor developmental delay. Look out for these
If you have an overactive toddler who never sits still, try these strategies to slow him down a little.
We look at how to move your toddler to a big bed, plus how to keep him there all night.
It’s not necessary to invest in expensive educational toys. With a bit of ingenuity, you can stimulate your toddler almost
Want to raise a social child? Here's what social milestones you can expect the first five years.
Are you concerned about your child's walking style? Read on to find out what's normal, and when to step up
Hearing your baby say her first word is a memorable milestone, but what if she doesn't seem to be communicating
As parents, we all know how important gross-motor skills are for your child, but we don’t always have new ideas
One of the best ways to nurture a young brain is through play – games challenges thinking and the ability
Approximately 19 million children worldwide have vision problems of which 12 million could have been corrected if caught early.
Researchers have identified 25 must-have words toddlers should be able to say by the age of two.
The opportunity to play freely encourages healthy development. Simone Suckerman looks at how imaginative play can benefit babies and toddlers.
Sensopathic play uses the sense of touch, the biggest sensory system in the body, to help children better understand the
Your little one will love this fun science project.
These brain- and body-boosting activities for one- to three-year-olds will help encourage your little one's development. By Georgina Guedes
Toys open up a world of learning opportunities for kids. Here’s how they can benefit your child’s development.
The fidget spinner could be the answer to decreasing children’s screen time, experts say.