Education

Educating a child can be one of the most difficult tasks for a parent, as no one is born knowing everything about this subject and we all want to raise a well-educated child. We’ll tell you all about your child’s education: selecting schools or daycare, how to react to temper tantrums, the most appropriate way to discipline them, rules of home behavior and other important aspects that influence a child’s education so they become responsible adults.

What A Baby Hears Leaves A Mark On Its Brain

Babies are the most receptive creatures in the world. They need stimulation, affection, caresses and, above all, words. Everything a baby hears will leave a permanent mark on their brains. Therefore, we should be wonderful architects of love that can…

Teach Your Child To Be Responsible

Teach your child to be responsible by taking our advice into account. There are 3 recommendations we consider to be essential while raising a child. Of course, in each home there is a certain style in which parents educate and…

Teach Respect, Not Obedience through Fear

Many may be surprised, but demanding obedience doesn’t always result in giving the world happy children. Obedience is almost always achieved through fear, so the best thing to do is teach respect to our children from a very early age;…

Are You a Toxic Mother?

Do you think you might be a toxic mother? Find out in this article if you have the characteristics. A toxic mother is a woman who arrived at motherhood by convention, because that is how her script of life was…

5 Tips For Impatient Parents

Patience is a virtue that must be strengthened when raising children, who will become reflections of ourselves in the future. Here are some important tips for impatient parents. As babies grow, so do their demands from mom and dad. As…

Ways You Destroy Your Children’s Self-Esteem

Both adults’ and children’s self-esteem are one of the most important intangible assets of the human being. Without it, we are unable to make a positive assessment of ourselves that allows us to develop socially, protect ourselves, and love ourselves.…

5 Tips To Prevent Child Abuse

Child abuse is sadly a reality that has become more and more palpable recently. 1 in 13 children will experience it. This figure increases when it has to do with the opposite sex: 1 in 5 girls have been faced…

5 Montessori Tips for Educating Your Children

Here are some valuable Montessori tips that parents can use to educate their children. Since there is, of course, no school for parents, this guide is an ideal source to help “train” us, in a way, in the complicated but beautiful…

Children’s Intelligence is Surprising

Parents, and especially grandparents, are pleasantly surprised when they observe the intelligence of their children and grandchildren. Yes, children’s intelligence is so surprising that it shows today’s adults how urgent the need is to find new approaches to education that allow…

Motivating Your Child To Stay In School

Motivating your child to not abandon their studies can be difficult. Especially when their group of friends think that studying is a waste of time and that it makes more sense to drop out of school. Dropping out of school…

Learning Your Baby’s Sign Language

Many mothers struggle to understand their baby’s needs. However, it’s necessary to keep an open mind and pay attention to your baby’s sign language in order to understand that they have many ways of expressing themselves. Especially when they cannot speak,…

7 Things that 4-year-olds Need to Know

As the years go by and generations change, children learn much faster and are more adapted to technology. But naturally, many mothers worry about their children’s knowledge and constantly ask themselves questions like: What are the things that 4-year-olds need to…

When You Talk, You Awaken Your Child’s Brain

When your child hears your voice, you actually awaken your child’s brain. The regions of their brain involved with emotional, social, and face-recognition reactions, as well as those that discriminate what information is relevant, are activated. This reaction only occurs…