Published On 07/01/2019
January is here and we’re all looking to get back to doing some regular exercise! To help get kids active, we’ve put together a list of ideas for getting kids up off the sofa and moving.
Are you looking for ideas for Halloween activities, decorations and costumes for kids? Well look no further! Take a look at our step by step guide packed full of crafts and activities to make this Halloween like no other.
When kids start preschool or Kindergarten for the first time, they're learning lots of new social skills. Read our blog to see 5 skills your child is learning.
Turning screen time into off-screen learning is easy! Just "translate" the games that your children enjoy into real-life fun (and learning!). Zoe and August are a great example in the video below.
Teaching cooperation and how to get along with others helps kids develop important life skills, and it's never too early to start. We all want our children to be happy, and are hopeful they will make friends and be included during playtime.
Oh, the playground . . . just the word conjures up images of lovely green spaces, children laughing, parents chatting, and everyone getting along peacefully. Sometimes, however, it can feel more like a war zone.
Making friends and keeping them are important skills for healthy childhood development, but how do we help our children build these skills? One great way is by reading books together. Here’s a list of 10 recommended books that help build friendship skills.
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