Posted on: 12.04.2021.

Author: mjug

Communication skills when talking to children

Talking to children is not much different from talking to peers or older persons, but often adults do not see the child as an equal interlocutor, which can lead to misunderstandings in communication, wrong conclusions on both sides and unpleasant emotions.

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Communication skills when talking to children

Posted on: 12.10.2020.

Author: mjug

Rain dance with Froddo TEX

Cold and rainy seasons require warm footwear that ensures dry feet in all weather conditions. Autumn and winter should be for jumping in puddles and snow angels, not cold, wet feet!

This is why Froddo has created a special TEX line for unforgettable winter adventures.

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Rain dance with Froddo TEX

Posted on: 08.08.2019.

Author: Ana G

Apps that Teach Kids About Nutrition

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. 

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Apps that Teach Kids About Nutrition

Posted on: 01.08.2019.

Author: Ana G

6 Steps to Keeping Your Child Safe on the Playground

Playing is critical to your child's development and playgrounds offer a variety of equipment such as swings, slides and monkey bars that your child can use to grow and develop their physical and problem-solving skills. While playgrounds are an excellent source of fun, they can also be a leading source of injuries. By following these simple safety precautions, you can lower your child's risk of experiencing an injury at the playground.

 

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6 Steps to Keeping Your Child Safe on the Playground