There are a few things teachers at daycare encourage in even the youngest children to put away their things when they’re done using them. Here are some tips from daycare: 1. Create a place for everythingWhile it seems like it would be easier for children to put away their toys if they simply had to dump everything into a
Family counsellor and parenting expert Alyson Schafer talks about what new Health Canada guidelines on alcohol means for parents and how to get closer to the recommended one to two drinks per week.
There are benefits to exposing your children to multiple languages as toddlers. Will it affect their speech or comprehension when starting school?
The concept of sharing involves social and emotional skills that toddlers haven’t developed yet. Consider one of these responses when your toddler won’t share.
Whether that’s getting dirty, indulging in the opportunity to say no, or wearing mismatched shoes to the park, there really are some things you can just let your toddler do.
It’s completely natural for a child to feel shy, to shy away from meeting new people, or to feel more comfortable watching from the sidelines. However, there are ways you can support your child.
Figuring out toddler behaviour can be tough, but there are proven ways to decode your kid’s actions.
A registered dental hygienist shares her best oral hygiene tips for young children.
Teaching a tiny human to know their body’s cues and make it to the toilet in time is a daunting task (especially if kindergarten looms large!). Here are some basics.
You can insist that your child apologize, but how can you help them to feel genuine remorse, make amends and do better next time?