Learning to Walk

Walking is a major developmental leap for babies, and parents are often anxious about when it'll happen. Every baby learns to walk at his own pace, however, so just because your friend's kids are already toddling doesn't mean yours should be, too! Read on to find out what signals indicate your kid is ready to [...]

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Are Gender Neutral Toys Really Better for Kids?

The days of pink and blue toy aisles may soon be a thing of the past, as toy manufacturers move to eliminate gendered toy marketing. While gender equality advocates hail these advances as positive, others are less than enthusiastic and downright misinformed. An expert weighs in on whether making toys more gender neutral is more beneficial [...]

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Harvard Psychologists: 6 Tricks to Educate a Good Child

What is necessary for the education of "good" kids? On this question, psychologists of famous universities have given the answer... All parents and families want their kids to achieve goals and find happiness, but researchers at the University of Harvard believe that there are some strategies (tips and advice) to help kids grow the people [...]

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Do Kids Who Love Art Have Tendency for Future Leaders?

Kids who love to take part in creative activities are more likely to be successful later in life, be discoverers or to start a private business, shows new study. Artistic activities rather than science or mathematics encourage creative thinking and help in solving complicated problems, scientists say. In your family, you need to know what [...]

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10 Tips on How to Raise a Little Olympian

Kids in these people see heroes and inspiration, but then they want to bring home an Olympic medal. These desires can encourage positive parenting, but also can become a source of family dysfunctions. Here are some tips for the family to help them support their kid’s desire in a healthy way without consequences. Have a [...]

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