6 resources: children’s emotional development

6 resources: children’s emotional development

School’s out for summer, but our kiddos are always learning. Every day, every hour. They are like little sponges, observing the world around them and making connections. As the academics take a back seat for the next couple of months, summer is a great time for...
Show more than tell

Show more than tell

Do you ever feel like you’re being watched?You know you are. You know it every time you see your little one trying to walk around in your shoes, or copying your body language, or using a tone of voice otherwise unique to you. It’s hilarious, and it’s...
Love in the lunchbox

Love in the lunchbox

With almost a month of the school year behind us, many parents have fallen into the rhythm of the school week… and for some, that includes the dreaded, evening “what-am-I-going-to-pack-in-their-lunches” blues. Here’s an insight that might help:...
3 tips for soothing your child’s fears

3 tips for soothing your child’s fears

Sometimes, children are scared of things that actually represent no threat whatsoever, like the dark or loud noises like thunder. This is because they are voraciously consuming information about the world around them all day long, and making internal connections...