Posted on: 28.08.2017.
Author: Ana G
Children who are anxious often feel scared, worried and unable to deal with a difficult situation. It can be heartbreaking to see your child experience anxiety. Even though there are no magic wands you can use to ease your child’s anxiety, there are steps you can take to help alleviate it.
Posted on: 10.08.2017.
When it comes to teaching your kids about nutrition, you probably know how hard it is to inspire their enthusiasm for healthy foods. In your effort to do so, you’ve probably used clichés such as “Broccoli will help you grow up big and strong” or “If you eat more fruit, you’ll run faster” that almost never seem to work. Now is a good time to try a different approach! Thanks to technology, there are numerous educational apps out there that can help kids learn about nutrition in a fun and entertaining way.
Posted on: 14.06.2017.
Teaching your teen how to drive is stressful, but it's more stressful to let them drive on their own. Knowing all the rules and regulations doesn't warrant that they will also obey them, so it's important that you start teaching them how to be a good driver and stay safe from the very beginning. We bring you 10 things to teach your teen driver about road safety.
Posted on: 17.05.2017.
All kids love receiving toys as gifts and all parents love seeing their little ones happy. We buy them battery powered toy cars, plastic dolls, talking plush animals or toy jewelry. And while we do consider the obvious risks that toys bring (like choking), we don’t always take into account the hidden danger of toys: toxic materials that are dangerous for our child’s health, but also for nature. We bring you tips on how to buy eco-friendly, so you can safely enjoy your playtime.