How music helps your premature baby

Did you know that 1 of every 10 babies around the world is born preterm? Researchers around the world dedicate their lives to find non-pharmacological early...

Music to your child’s brain

Is listening to music going to make your child smarter? Not exactly, but researchers suggest it will create new pathways and connections inside her brain....

Scaffolding: Empowering my child through play

As your little one develops her sense of confidence and independence, she’ll need you to make her feel capable. Scaffolding is a learning process in...

Developing independence: Encouraging my toddler to play alone

Play is an essential part of your child’s development. Here’s where he learns how the world works, develops relationships, and builds the skills he’ll need...

Developing independence: Teaching your little one to self-feed

At around 18 months your child will be able to use utensils and drinking cups during meal times. However, before he reaches this stage, at...

Sign language: Teaching my child to communicate with his hands

Around this time, you might notice that your little one gets a bit frustrated or fussy when he tries to express himself and fails. Your...
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