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.
Encouraging children to play throughout childhood is the best form of learning you can offer them. By Beth Cooper Howell
Your toddler’s vocabulary will increase rapidly from the age of two years. Here’s what language milestones you can expect from
Your child’s social development and interaction with others is important and integral to the development and growth of her emotional
Exercise is vital for your child. We show you how sport can help your child and which one to choose.
Language plays an important role in your child’s life. Follow these three tips to help your little one develop better
To do what’s best for our children, we often make decisions for them, but knowing when to let them decide
Wondering how to get your child away from the screen and into the sunshine? We have answers. By Lisa Witepski
It’s not necessary to invest in expensive educational toys. With a bit of ingenuity, you can stimulate your toddler almost
Approximately 19 million children worldwide have vision problems of which 12 million could have been corrected if caught early.
Your child’s imagination and creativity are his most underestimated skills. Here’s how reading can help stimulate these important gifts.
Mom Stacia D Wright came up with this catchy song to get her tot enthusiastic about potty training – and
Growing a genius is easier than you think – and it’s more to do with paving the way for your
Your child will experience a large amount of cognitive development between one and two years old – with many delightful
Here's what important milestones you can expect from your five-year-old.
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 your child is having difficulty in forming words and speaking, he may have childhood apraxia of speech. We find
Kids may be spending more time in front of a screen, but traditional play is important, especially in early childhood