Love the part in this article that talks about childtren having power over play, . too right too. They own their world and watching/learning how they see things through their eyes is a beautiful thing.
Scientists have discovered important changes in the way that infants react to another person's face at age 5-7 months. Infants aged 5 months react very differently to a fearful face than those aged 7 months.
Growing parental concern about young girls being inundated with princess culture is being addressed by Disney, the biggest global purveyor of princess characters on television and film.
Ummm, even though I played with dolls and dreamt of being a princess just like the Disney characters, one thing kept me grounded - my mum. I watched her work several jobs. There wasn't a thing she couldn't fix around the home. Independent, yes she was. Taught me how to do my own thing, how to be strong. We don't need Disney to 'rescue' our little girls. We need the power of strong female role models, telling us we can do anything we set our minds to.
"Keep an eye on safety when choosing toys for children. Some toys can be dangerous for children's eyes, and the last thing any parent wants is for a toy to result in permanent vision loss. In response to readers' questions, Dr. Monica L. Monica shares toy safety tips from the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Learn more about eye-injury prevention and other eye health topics at http://www.geteyesmart.org."
When it comes to learning math both parents and children often get baffled. While children find it hard to master the art of learning math, the parents can easily get confused as to how they can get their children to take interest in math. Worry not, we have a solution! Math Whizz is an online math tutoring web service that offers an easy way to teach the most annoying mathematical equations to children in the form of fun math games.
Social and emotional development is a skill children start developing right out of the womb. Whether it is the gaze into a parent's eyes or being sang to while getting a diaper changed social-emotional development surrounds all of us....
Child Development: Early Walker or Late Walker of Little Consequence Science Daily (press release) Because parents pay great attention to their offspring, they often compare them with the other children in the sandpit or playground.
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