What children eat in the early years of their life can determine their health in their adult life. They need to be encouraged to eat healthy. If you need some ideas of what’s healthy eating for children, keep reading! Fats We immediately associate fat aliments with unhealthy food, but that is simply not true. Nuts, seeds, or some fruits -like avocado- are high in fat but also in nutrients, which makes them a great food
As a parent, I bet you all have a bullet point list of the things you would love your child to do. You want them to be enthusiastic about those activities that you can predict will help them in the future. However, it seems like reading is becoming an increasingly less popular habit. How did that happen? Well, one of the reasons is of course the increase of stimuli that makes books a less attractive
If yoga is beneficial for adults, why wouldn’t it be for the little ones? Babies can perform yoga poses easier than adults, as they are extremely flexible. They are natural yogis! Baby Yoga promotes physical and psychological development, for both the infant and the parent. It also helps to aid digestion, relieving those symptoms of colic that make the baby uncomfortable and the adult frustrated and impotent. These are some of the benefits Baby Yoga
Deciding on a nursery for your child can be quite tricky. You need to make sure you leave them in good hands! It’s hard to separate from them during those early years so you need reassurance that you are taking them to a place that is right for them. Not only for their safety, but you also want the staff to help your children develop their abilities, skills and knowledge. You might be wondering; how
Children begin their journey towards writing by simply making marks. Mark Making is more than just a scribble. It is the first step in your child’s journey to writing and important for their development in handwriting, creativity and coordination.   What is Mark Making? Mark Making simply refers to the different patterns, lines, textures and shapes your child creates. Typically used to describe the scribbles that early years children make on paper with pens, pencils