The importance of not over stimulating and over scheduling your young child is highlighted in ‘Learning is child’s play’. They highlight the importance of including your child in everyday activities, […]
We all want the best for our kids. We want them to be happy babies and great kids who grow into confident adults. This book is a nice approachable read. […]
I am always looking for new activities to try with Stella (15mths). Here are my most recent finds (click through to find original posts): Homemade toddler lacing beads from notimeforflashcards.com […]
This post continues on from my post ‘What to expect from your child at 15mths’. It is interesting to compare the progress that children make in such a short time. […]
Baby sign is a great resource for helping children express their needs and wants before or alongside language development. I was given the little hands express chart but there are […]
At Stella’s 15 month Plunket visit the nurse very nicely photocopied some sections from her book on development for me (Children’s developmental progress). I found them really helpful Posture and […]
Great tips for dealing with slow to warm up/shy/introverted children (or adults). Designed for teachers who have introverted children in their classes. Very cool!