Children

In this section, we’ll help you better understand the intellectual and physical development of your children. You’ll get to know the behavior of a child in every situation and how you should respond. Find out about specific care, information on health, diet, hygiene, and the things that will help your child grow up healthy and happy. We’ll be your partner in this beautiful adventure.

Teaching Social Skills: Empathy and Assertiveness

The act of teaching social skills to children contributes to emotional health and good conflict resolution. The basis of these competencies are empathy and assertiveness, rooted in a profound sense of self-esteem. Most importantly, teachers and caregivers can help students…

Growing Up as an Only Child: Pros and Cons

In this article, we’ll demystify some of the common myths and shed some light on what it’s like growing up as an only child. Every day there are more and more families that have just one child. Whether it be for…

Parenting Styles and Children’s Personalities

It’s common knowledge that parents have a great influence on the way their children’s personalities develop. Social scientists believe the family is the principal agent of socialization. As a result, parenting style plays a big role on children’s psychosocial development,…

Legal Aspects of Cyberbullying at School

Cyberbullying at school is an unfortunate reality that many boys and girls experience today. It’s also a form of violence that is increasing. Cyberbullying has very negative effects on the wellbeing and development of children and adolescents. In addition, it…

What Are the Benefits of Routines for Children?

By establishing routines for children, they learn valuable principles that may last a lifetime, such as discipline and responsibility. Developing good habits is crucial for building character in children. Although routines can be seen as limiting, the truth is they’re…

Why Do Children Like to Role Play as Animals?

Children learn about life and their environment from playing games. They commonly interpret known roles like mothers, fathers, teachers, and TV superheroes. However, many parents wonder why their children like to role play as animals. The choices children make when…

The Most Common Fears in Children

Each child can be afraid of different things. That being said, little ones do tend to have certain fears in common. Today we’ll provide a list of the most common fears in children, as well as how to help them…

Talking About Divorce with Children

How can you go about talking about divorce with children? We’re led to believe in society today that successful relationships never end. Once you find the love of your life you should be together forever. It’s not easy to come…

How Does the Adolescent Brain Work and Develop?

Today, we want to talk some time to talk about the unimaginable changes that occur in the adolescent brain. Plasticity is one of the main attributes when it comes to the human brain. Especially during the early years, neural connections…

The Friendship Between Pets and Children

Pets are part of the lives of many children. In fact, children who learn to care for animals and treat them with kindness and patience can receive invaluable education that teaches them to treat people the same way. Among other…

Moldable Sand for Children: A Sensory Game

Moldable sand for children is an amazing material used for sensory games. It feels and acts like a combination of wet sand and playdough. This product is ideal for building and shaping, as well as providing a unique sensory experience…

The Benefits of Taking Children on Field Trips

Taking children on field trips is a great opportunity for them to explore and confidently ask questions about the world around them. Field trips can also be a way to promote and encourage the participation of the child’s parents or…

Symbolic Thought in Children: 6 Exercises

Developing symbolic thought is essential for children to be able to understand basic abstract concepts. These concepts are acquired via language. Children start to express themselves using symbolic ideas beginning at about 18 months old. In this regard, it’s known…