How to help with my child’s language skills:

💬How can I help my child’s language skills?💬 1️⃣ Talk, talk, talk. Narrate the day as it evolves. Tell your child, for instance, “Now we’re going to take a bath. Can you feel the warm water on your belly? When we dry off, we’ll get dressed and take a walk.” 2️⃣ Read, read, read. It’sContinue reading “How to help with my child’s language skills:”

Language Development For Toddlers

✅ Language development checklist for parents of babies who have reached their 24 months / 2 years old milestone ✅

Language Development For Babies

💬 Babies communicate from birth, through sounds (crying, cooing, squealing), facial expressions (eye contact, smiling, grimacing) and gestures and body movements (moving legs in excitement or distress, and later, gestures like pointing.) Babies continue to develop communication skills when adults respond to their efforts to “tell” others about what they need or want. 🍼Herewith aContinue reading “Language Development For Babies”

World Health Day

🌍 World Health Day is celebrated by the people all across the world every year on 7th of April under the leadership of World Health Organization to draw attention towards the importance of global health. This year’s theme is: Our Planet, Our Health. 🍎🥦🤸🏽‍♂️⚽️🧘🏽‍♂️🌞🌳🌻Not just as parents but also as humans, we must do ourContinue reading “World Health Day”

Toddler Emotions

Toddlers are little people with big feelings that they don’t always have the words for.🙂🙁😫😋 That’s where you come in. Because play is the natural way children learn and develop, playing with your toddler gives him a chance to express his feelings and practise managing them. 💡Tip: Toddlers watch how you express your feelings, andContinue reading “Toddler Emotions”

World Water Day

It’s a day to educate, celebrate, reflect, and make a difference to water management in the world. Water is life. Save water save life. Life not only for humans but animals, birds, and plants too. Conserve water. Happy World Water Day! “If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” – LorenContinue reading “World Water Day”

How to deal with temper tantrums…

🤍 How To Deal With Temper Tantrums 🤍🚼 Feel free to share. #smileykids #preschool #southafrica #earlychildhooddevelopment #parenting #tempertantrum #tantrums #raisingthepreschoolbenchmark

Family Love

❤️🌈 If our love for you had a colour, it would be the whole rainbow ❤️🌈 #smileykids #preschool #southafrica #earlychildhooddevelopment #themonthoflove #raisingthepreschoolbenchmark #family

Why is touch important for babies?

Babies have a biological need for close physical affection. Nothing is more important to their emotional, physical and intellectual development than a comforting cuddle or a loving touch. What is certain is that babies who are cuddled, stroked and caressed are more likely to grow up to be loving social beings. They also gain independenceContinue reading “Why is touch important for babies?”

How to show your toddler that they are loved:

The most fundamental gifts we can give our children are acceptance, stability, and most importantly, love. Of course parents love their children. But love is not only a noun, it’s also a verb. Showing love to your child can, at times, be complicated. There are small ways to express your love to your child soContinue reading “How to show your toddler that they are loved:”

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