What’s going on? Why are so many children finding it hard to make clear speech sounds?
Are you struggling with toilet training? Or with toilet refusal? In this episode I share with you a different approach to toilet training- the child-led approach. This is when children initiate the transition out of nappies on their own timeline, when both developmentally and emotionally ready. I followed the conventional toilet training approach with my first child and then the child led approach …
Breathing well is a learnt skill. And one that I believe our children benefit from at a young age.
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In this blog post, I’m sharing my top reads for educators.
Proprioception is the stimulation of the muscles, joints and ligaments of the body.
For Mums, the pressure to get our children out of nappies begins about 5 minutes after their 2nd birthday party.
What lies behind my dislike of early academics? Will doing alphabet flashcards be harmful to a young child?
The way that we speak to our children matters. The content, the tone, the intent, but most of all, the specific words used.
For the sake of convenience, many children are filling their bellies with food that is nutritionally void.
As parents, we anticipate that our children will not only eat the food we’ve so lovingly prepared, they’ll also enjoy it.
Many youngsters today are not having enough opportunities to engage in the learning that comes via their sensory system.
Here are some ideas for keeping the little ones busy without screen time.
When it comes to children’s behaviour, there’s nothing that gets under our skin more than tantrums.