Understand your child better by finding out whether she is a people oriented or task-oriented learner. By Dr Reda Davin
New studies reveal that many people are deficient in vitamin D – the vitamin that builds strong bones and prevents
Encouraging words and a loving attitude will go a long way in helping your child with speech difficulties.
Every child has special talents. Your child is truly gifted when others point out that she is showing capabilities far
Keep your little one’s feet warm with our round-up of winter boots for toddlers.
Here’s how to get your toddler to do the things she never wants to do. By Rachel Waddilove for Practical
You can never start too early when it comes to introducing your children to healthy habits for life. Larraine Sathicq
Fine motor skills are crucial for everyday tasks such as dressing and writing, which adults perform with ease. But for
Forming early friendships are important developmental experiences with beneficial long-term results.
Teaching these six skills to your children will make a fundamental difference to their lives.
Fear not; not all the odd items your baby pops into her mouth are dangerous. By Kate Sidley
Our world has become one of instant gratification – an ‘I see, I want’ mentality. Samantha Toweel-Moore looks at how
You may feel anxious and disappointed when you first find out that your baby has special needs. Here are some
Two-year olds now have access to iPads – and they love them. But what are they pros and cons? By
What is “crossing the midline” and why is it important? We show you how to help your child reach this
There are many ways to create a happy and memorable childhood for your little one. Clinical psychologist Jenny Perkel explores
We know that the ability to focus on a task is a very important aspect of learning. Yet, concentration often
Here’s a round-up of five of our favourite onesies for little ones.
Developmental specialist, Dr Melodie de Jager shares her top five secrets for building your child’s character, while preparing them for
Manners are your child’s key to opening the door to social and emotional connection, says occupational therapist Samantha Toweel-Moore.
With divorce having become almost a norm in South Africa, we as parents must learn how to help our children
Discipline, which you have been able to delay for the most part when your baby was small, is now becoming
As they grow, toddlers don’t need as much sleep as they used to. Here’s what to expect…
Nightmares can be very disturbing, but they can also be pivotal in overcoming psychological issues in children if parents respond